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Following last week’s 24-6 loss to the mediocre Jets on national television, the Dolphins return home to the less-than-sold out confines of Sun Life Stadium, where the Phins are riding a 1-11...
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There’s a reason Tim Tebow started the season number three on the depth chart, he is limited as a NFL QB. Playing in the spread offense from the shotgun did not prepare him for taking snaps under...
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Just when you think the Miami Dolphins season cannot get any worse, they find a way to blow a 15-0 lead to the worst QB in the NFL. And now, Tony Sparano waits for the guillotine to drop on his job as Dolphins coach. More to come on that as the week rolls along. To their [...]
Before the game began and most of the people in the stands and on the field were still in a good mood, Dolphins owner Stephen Ross put one arm around Don Shula and another around former University of Florida coach Urban Meyer.
Miami held Denver in check for most of the game, then fell apart in the final five minutes.
MIAMI -- Several of these shell-shocked Miami Dolphins stood in stunned silence afterward, marinating in a toxic...
Tim Tebow rallied the Denver Broncos for two touchdowns in the final 2:44 of the fourth quarter to force overtime, and Matt Praters 52-yard field goal gave them an improbable 18-15 victory Sunday over the stunned, winless Miami Dolphins. The Broncos appeared beaten when they trailed 15-0 with 5:23 left and took over at their 20. At that point Tebow was 4-for-14 for 40 yards but...
For 55 minutes of Sunday's game, Tim Tebow was more dud than savior. His Denver Broncos were down 15-0 to the winless Miami Dolphins and the quarterback's uneven play was a big reason why. And then he turned water into wine.
Facing a 15-point deficit on the road with the ball on his own 20-yard line, Tebow orchestrated a stunning fourth-quarter comeback, capped by a two-point...
As wide receiver Brandon Marshall continues to struggle and quarterback Matt Moore learns to be a starter, Miami still is trying to learn what kind of team it is.