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This Sunday at 1pm, the (4-8) Eagles from the city of “Brotherly Love” head to South Beach to face our (4-8) Miami Dolphins. It’s shocking to think that these two teams have the same record. The Eagles had some high hopes after acting like Dave Hester from Storage Wars during the offseason. Nnamdi Asomugha: YUUUP, [...]
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Now that the Dolphins are guaranteed to finish the 2011 campaign with a losing record, the spotlight for criticism returns to its usual suspects, coach Tony Sparano and general manager Jeff Ireland, both of whom have been on the hotseat since the year began.
Based on the following conjecture, one of the aforementioned will receive his walking papers, while the other gets another...
Although it didn’t look good early, the Eagles were able to travel down to Miami and come back with a 26-10 win.
Early in the first quarter, the Eagles had a punt blocked that the Dolphins were able to immediately turn into a touchdown and take a 7-0 lead. The touchdown came on a reception from Brandon Marshall with Nnamdi Asomugha in coverage. It wasn’t the worst coverage...
Miami Dolphins stud offensive tackle Jake Long exited Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles with a back injury.
The Pro Bowler was injured during the first quarter and is questionable to return. He went to the locker room for additional examination.
The first overall pick of the 2008 draft, Long has started every game of his NFL career.
Just what does the return of Michael Vick mean for Sunday's game against Miami?
One thing it means is "no more excuses," says CSNPhilly.com's Ruben Frank @RoobCSN
Roob talks Eagles with Rhea Hughes on today's Lunch Break.
Oh, and there's a #HartnellDown surprise. Wait for it.
Lunch Break with Rhea Hughes and CSNPhilly.com's Reuben Frank -- they'...
After the first seven weeks of the 2011 NFL regular season, it was nearly a foregone conclusion that Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano would be fired, in the last few weeks, not so much. However, there is a report which surfaced this afternoon that Tony Sparano will not return as the head coach of the Miami Dolphins in the 2012 season.
Armando Salguero of the Miami...
Editor’s note: Staff writer Steve Fini takes a look at five players who will most influence Miami’s upcoming win over the Eagles.
Cameron Wake (OLB/DE/Dolphins) – This former Penn State product is the best player on Miami’s roster. He’s a beast off the edge and can beat any tackle in the league. Eagles LT Jason Peters has played at a Pro-Bowl level this year and has kept...
The Ravens ruined the '07 Dolphins winless season:
The 2007 Miami Dolphins were 0-13, not 0-12 like the Indianapolis Colts team that will be at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday.The Ravens were just 4-10 at the time and had dropped seven consecutive games. Today, they are 9-3, and if they win out, they’ll win the AFC North and likely earn home-field advantage throughout the playoffs...
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Some games – like last week’s showdown with the Oakland Raiders – I’m EXTREMELY confident about my picks because the matchups favor the Miami Dolphins, or a team’s strengths plays directly into Miami’s hands.
Other games I’m not so certain because of the challenges that a game might present. Especially when it comes to team’s that can air it out.
I’ve been on a...
Another important game for Sparano and Co.
Here is a link to the game.
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Each week of the NFL season, Omar Kelly provides a special video preview of the Miami Dolphins’ upcoming game.
This week, Omar joins Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News to discuss the biggest keys to Sunday’s Dolphins-Eagles matchup:
Remember that thought that crept into your mind about a possible Eagles playoff run just after 4 p.m. today? You know, the one that lasted until just around 11:45 p.m.? Well, you can forget about it.
Just drank a few 40s of beer. Feelin’ good.
Then I was just checkin’ up on Twitter and saw NBC10′s John Clark chimed in with this nugget: Eagles are 5-8, Jets are 8-5, but guess who’s favored next week?
That’s right. The mother bleepin’ … [visit site to read more]