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The presence of a great coach and a great QB, tied at the hip like a set of Siamese twins, often defines NFL dynasties. The phrase, “leadership starts at the top,” rarely goes beyond the coach of...
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The always unpredictable Brandon Marshall had some bizarre things to say, including how he plans to get kicked out of Miami's Monday Night game vs. the Jets.
The Dolphins thought they were getting “The Beast” when they traded for Brandon Marshall in 2010, a player who was named to two straight Pro Bowls, scored double-digit touchdowns in a season, and broke 35 tackles in 2008-09 while averaging 4.64 yards after the catch. Instead, Marshall has struggled to live up to the lofty [...]
The Miami Dolphins are 0-4. Clearly some sense of urgency needs to come from inside the team. That’s one way of looking at WR Brandon Marshall’s recent statements about Monday night’s game against the New York Jets.
“my goal is to get thrown out midway through the second quarter,” and “I don’t know if it’s throwing a football 15 yards in the bleachers and getting...
In the latest weekly installment of “X’s and Omar” special video report, Miami Dolphins beat reporters Omar Kelly and Andrew Carter answer YOUR Twitter questions, break down Monday night’s Jets game and look ahead to Tim Tebow’s much-anticipated arrival in South Florida:
Monday night The New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins face each other, while both facing the fates of their future this season. The 2-3 Jets are fighting for their right to keep talking, because lets face it, no one likes a loudmouth loser. The Dolphins are coming off a bye week in which they could have made a change to a struggling team that has started 0-4, and are primed to either...
Jason Taylor is part of the enemy once again, and he knows what will happen come Monday when the Dolphins take on the Jets at MetLife Stadium.
I know some of you are fond of Football Outsiders, (as am I) so once the season gets underway and trends start developing, looking at an opponent’s rankings on Football Outsiders helps to give fans some perspective on the Jets opponent for this weekend and what to expect.
(As a heads up, negative percentages are good on defense, bad on offense & specials)
Pass Offense: 14...
Dolphins rookie running back Daniel Thomas, slowed by a hamstring injury this season, is listed as questionable for Monday nights game against the New York Jets. Thomas was limited in practice Saturday. He has played in two of the Dolphins four games and leads them with 202 yards rushing. Cornerback Nolan Carroll (hamstring) and safety Chris Clemons (hamstring) also were limited...
You know all that garbage about drivers not being athletes? Well, at least one of them, Carl Edwards, has apparently decided to start demonstrating that he can do anything that "real" athletes can do, starting at the bottom and working up. First off: kicking a field goal:
Yep, if your team gets down to the 10 yard line and can't punch it in, Edwards is your man! (What...
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) -- Miami Dolphins rookie running back Daniel Thomas, slowed by a hamstring injury this season, is listed as questionable for Monday night's game against the New York Jets.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall offers a unique approach to getting his winless team going on Monday night against the New York Jets.
Usually, when there's a bunch of brash and trash talk in a game involving the New York Jets, it's the Jets doing the crowing. From head coach Rex Ryan to receiver Santonio Holmes to linebacker Bart Scott, the J-E-T-S are always ready to get mouthy with upcoming opponents (unless you'd like to do it like Holmes, and just throw your own offensive line under the bus)...