Found December 05, 2011 on
Oakland Raiders – 14, Miami Dolphins – 34
The Raiders were the latest team to find out these Dolphins aren’t the same ones from a month ago that lost seven straight games. Carson Palmer (275 total yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT) had a rough go of it early, but salvaged his fantasy day with a couple of late touchdown passes. Matt Moore (184 total yards, 2 TDs) played a very efficient game which included a touchdown in the air and on the ground.
With Jacoby Ford and Denarius Moore still out with injuries, Chaz Schilens (6-89) took the opportunity to build a better report with Palmer and might have played his way into more playing time, regardless of Ford and Moore’s health. Darrius Heyward-Bey (3-23, 1 TD) also had a decent day due to a touchdown catch, but he will probably disappear again once Ford and Moore are healthy.
Anthony Fasano (4-66) led the Dolphins receivers in catches and yards and is starting to assert himself as an important outlet for Moore. Brandon Marshall (4-60) had a ...
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What a finish, the 2011 Miami Dolphins are roaring to the finish line, not vice versa, with a screeching halt.
Not since Coach Tony Sparano and QB Chad Pennington took the AFC by storm in 2008 have the Dolphins played with this much vigor, talent, and vitality.
After another sound defeat of the AFC West leading Oakland Raiders the ‘Fins have come into the latter half...
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly from Miami’s 34-14 win over Oakland: The Good * Matt Moore’s decision making: Moore’s numbers weren’t stellar – just 13-of-25 passing for 162 yards and a 85.8 passer rating – but the only number that truly matters is zero, the number of turnovers he committed. In the Dolphins’ [...]
“The Wire may me a little short this week, but trust, T won’t steer you wrong”-TO Hot Off the Grill Matt Moore QB, Dolphins If you are a Cutler or Schaub owner and this guy is available, you gotta grab him. We’ve been on him for weeks. Playoff matchups against the Bills and Patriots. Marion Barber RB, Bears It ...
Something Raider Nation has been waiting for may just come at the right time. The young guns of the Raiders offense are expected to return this week against the Packers, wide receiver Denarius Moore (ankle), wide receiver Jacoby Ford (foot) and running back Taiwan Jones (hamstring) all are anticipated to be back in uniform come [...]
Close your eyes and think about the offense you wanted the Miami Dolphins to have at the beginning of the season.
DIDN’T I SAY CLOSE YOUR EYES….
Dolphins QB Matt Moore has a 87.6 rating that has him ranked 10th in the NFL.
We’re talking about the type of offense owner Steve Ross wanted, and boldly demanded that a ground-and-pound loving Tony Sparano build for his team.
Reggie Bush rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown and the once-woeful Miami Dolphins won for the fourth time in the past five games Sunday by beating Oakland 34-14.
Matt Moore had a hand in two TDs for Miami, and Kevin Burnett returned an interception 34 yards for a score.
The surge by the Dolphins (4-8) comes after they lost their first seven games. In the past five games they...
The Oakland Raiders are beginning another week of practice without three of their most dynamic playmakers on offense. Star running back Darren McFadden (right foot) and big-play receivers Jacoby Ford (left foot) and Denarius Moore (right foot) all sat out practice Wednesday with injuries as the Raiders begin preparations for this weekend's showdown with the undefeated Green Bay Packers.
What do Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Tony Romo, Matt Schaub, Eli Manning, Alex Smith, Ben Roethlisberger and Matt Stafford all have in common with the Dolphins’ Matt Moore?
Its understandable some people believe the future at quarterback for the Dolphins will be on their own sideline Sunday. Matt Moore, a revelation who went from untested backup to effective-enough starter, suggests he is improving with every snap, and given enough chances, he just might be the answer to Miamis decade-long quarterback question.