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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- The Miami Dolphins are OK with perfect seasons coming to an end, but going from unbeaten to one game over .500 reflects concerns.
Playing after a short week of rest, the Dolphins dropped their second straight contest Sunday, 26-23 to the Baltimore Ravens.
Miami's offense struggled from the outset but came alive during the end of the second quarter to take a 13-6 lead during halftime. The game plan slowly came apart during the second half. Ryan Tannehill, who started 14 for 21, completed just seven passes in the final 30 minutes.
The Dolphins defense, despite a pick-six, surrendered 17 points in a span of just less than 15 minutes.
At 3-2, Miami knows there are areas to improve, and its bye week could not come at a better time.
Here are some thoughts from Sunday's contest ...
1. The running game is still missing ...
Don't let anyone fool you. The Dolphins do not have a running game to set up the pass. They use the pass to set up the pass.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Miami Dolphins lost a game in which they should have won. Their offensive line began to unravel in the second half. Poor Ryan Tannehill has now been sacked 24 times in just 5 games. That is crazy, and will not let him finish the season if they keep it up. The line was so […]
This Sunday, the Miami Dolphins face AFC conference rival and reigning world champions Baltimore Ravens. The challenges facing Miami will continue; Injuries to starters and key players, the inability of the offensive line to protect QB Ryan Tannehill and play makers not stepping up when needed and not living up to their expectations.
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The latest injury...
The Miami Dolphins are on pace to break the 25-year-old franchise record for fewest rushing yards in a season.
With 22 yards in Sunday's loss to Baltimore, the Dolphins increased their season total to 348, or 69.6 per game. That's not a recipe for success, and the Dolphins (3-2) take a two-game losing streak into this week's bye.
Ryan Tannehill has been sacked an NFL...
The Miami Dolphins could be without defensive end Cameron Wake for a second straight week as he battles a nagging left knee injury.
The team has officially listed him as questionable going into Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens, according to the Associated Press.
On Friday, Wake was limited in practice, along with DT Paul Soliai (knee) and LB Koa Misi (shoulder)...
The Miami Dolphins have only been carrying 52 men on their roster leaving one open spot before they hit the NFL's limit. Today they filled it by promoting Jordan Kovacs.
The Miami Dolphins have promoted undrafted free agent Jordan Kovacs from the practice squad the team announced today. Bringing the rookie safety onto the active roster put the Dolphins back up to the 53-man...
With the Dolphins up by a touchdown to begin the 3rd quarter, they came out and promptly gave up 17 points to go down by a score of 23-13.
The Ravens ran 28 plays to the Dolphins 11. Two of which were punts. The time of possession in that quarter was 13:57 to 3:36. The Ravens led in total time of possession by nearly 13 minutes.
Of course, that wasn't the only reason they...
The Miami Dolphins host the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Who is in and who is out? Find out, in your Miami Dolphins Week 5 injury report.The Dolphins have one player listed as out, cornerback, Dimitri Patterson (groin). Patterson did not participate all week.There are six players listed as probable, LB Dannell Ellerbe(knee) full participation on Friday and limited participation...
When the season started, if you were a fan that was skeptical of the Dolphins heading into the bye week consider yourself a believer in the doldrums of the Dolphins seasons. Some fans said easily a 1-4 start after being leery of the offensive line's issues in the pre-season and facing top tier quarterbacks, Luck, Ryan, and Flacco. Some fans said 2-3 would happen, and some...
The Miami Dolphins looked like a team that could not only contend for a playoff berth in the AFC through its first three games, but with its defense, looked like a team that could really make some noise in the playoffs.The Miami Dolphins have like anything of that nature the past two games, this time falling at home to the Baltimore Ravens 26-23 at home.If there is to be a change...
Ummm, he didn’t make the field goal and it was nowhere close. Why are you celebrating?
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The Miami Dolphins defensive line will be at full strength for today's 1 p.m. game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Last week the Dolphins got back starting nose tackle Paul Soliai who was nursing a left knee injury. This week Cameron Wake the team's two-time Pro Bowler will return to his usual spot as Miami's starting left end two weeks after suffering a mild MCL sprain...
The 3-0 start for the Miami Dolphins now seems so long ago after the Dolphins fell for a second straight week on Sunday to the Baltimore Ravens, 26-23. Despite the loss, the Dolphins remain a game over .500 at 3-2 and a game back of the New England Patriots in the AFC East heading into the bye week.The loss was the fourth straight for Miami to Baltimore on Sunday. Miami was able...
Dolphins starting middle linebacker Dannell Ellerbe left the game against Baltimore with a shoulder injury. his return is questionable.Fantasy Spin:His absence could open up the running game for Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce.
Publisher Nick St. Denis, associate editor Dan Begnoche and senior contributor Sean Donovan pick the Miami Dolphins' home contest with the Baltimore Ravens.Sean's take:The Dolphins stand at a critical juncture, having had a litany of weaknesses exposed in a blowout loss Monday night heading into a home matchup against the defending champions. The Miami coaching staff&...
Let's see if the Dolphins are able to bounce back from last week's lost. I'm thinking they can do it.
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