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Riveting win has Dolphins feeling elated, sticking with Joe Philbin

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- It's over. It's done. Despite a riveting, last minute 37-35 victory over the Minnesota Vikings, the Miami Dolphins' playoff hopes came to a disappointing end Sunday thanks to a Pittsburgh Steelers victory earlier in the afternoon. Sitting at 7-5 and in control of their own destiny just a few weeks ago, the Dolphins will be playing for nothing but pride in next...
Via Fox Sports Florida
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Garafolo: Why Joe Philbin will be the Miami Dolphins coach in 2015

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla.  -- Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross stood on the sideline at the end of Sunday's wild victory sharing a laugh with those around him, his mind made up regarding the direction of the franchise. He's keeping his coach. The Dolphins will sit out the playoffs for the sixth year in a row despite Sunday's 37-35 victory over Minnesota, but afterward Ross announced...
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Miami Dolphin Owner Stephen Ross Finally Gets His Man ?

NOTE; This article was written with included pictures just after the loss to New England last week, and was to be posted had Miami lost to Minnesota! The Dolphins Won!BLACK MONDAY 12-29-2014.The NFL'S day of administrative reckoning is a week or so away, and door's are ajar!It is beginning to appear that the Miami Dolphin owner Stephen Ross may finally be able to put his manipulative...
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Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross: Joe Philbin Will Be Coaching Next Season

It looks as though Joe Philbin won’t be getting the boot after all. The Miami Dolphins coach’s job was in jeopardy after just missing a wild card spot in the playoffs for the second straight season, but owner Stephen Ross told reporters Sunday after the Dolphins’ thrilling 37-35 win over the Minnesota Vikings that Philbin will be back for another season...
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Fat Guy Play of the Day Courtesy of Miami Dolphins DT Anthony Johnson

Rookie defensive tackle Anthony Johnson has not played much this season. According to his ESPN page he has only appeared in seven games prior to Sunday's match-up against the Vikings. The man has been in on just two tackles this season, but in true Fat Guy fashion he has stood ready to do what he can to help his team win.If that means bull rushing someone and blocking a punt out...
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Dolphins win 37-35 over the Vikings in thrilling fashion

Nothing about the Dolphins eight victories have been orthodox. On a day when the coaching change winds have been swirling among media circles, all eyes were on the Dolphins down 17-7 at the half.  Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater showed why he was chosen in the first round despite a poor workout for NFL teams. Roaring back in the second half didn’t seem likely as the Dolphins...
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Dolphins Owner Says Joe Philbin Will Return as Coach

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross seems content to take one for the benefit of his alma mater. According to reports, Ross told reporters after the Dolphins 37-35 loss to the Vikings. Steve Ross says Philbin is coming back — Andrew Abramson (@AbramsonPBP) December 21, 2014 Ross to reporters: "Here's a Christmas present. You don't have to ask me anymore. He has one year left...
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Dolphins Owner Says Joe Philbin Will Return as Coach

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross seems content to take one for the benefit of his alma mater. According to reports, Ross told reporters after the Dolphins 37-35 loss to the Vikings. Steve Ross says Philbin is coming back — Andrew Abramson (@AbramsonPBP) December 21, 2014 Ross to reporters: "Here's a Christmas present. You don't have to ask me anymore. He has one year left...
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Dolphins observations: Playoffs are out, but some good feelings remain

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- A victory by the Pittsburgh Steelers earlier in the day ended the Miami Dolphins' playoff hopes this season, but a chance at a winning record remains in play after an exciting 37-35 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday at Sun Life Stadium. Trailing 17-7 at halftime, and looking every bit much like the underachieving team we expected to see at this point...
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Stephen Ross Says Joe Philbin Will Return

View image | gettyimages.com According to the Palm Beach Post, Stephen Ross has said that Joe Philbin will return as the Dolphins head coach.  Originally, many thought Philbin may lose his job after this season, as he hasn’t took the team to the playoffs yet in his career and has had a tenure marked by mediocrity. Many Dolphins fans were excited to hear that the Dolphins had...
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Watch Dolphins beat the Vikings with a blocked punt for a safety

The Miami Dolphins won't make the playoff this season, but at least they have this. The Fins were knotted up with the Minnesota Vikings at home on Sunday with less than a minute remaining in the fourth quarter. The Vikings were lining up for a punt, when things got nuts. The snap bounced back to to punter Jeff Locke, who tried to get the kick out on time. But, alas: Nope. That's...
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Vikings fall to 6-9 after Dolphins rally

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) -- Rookie Terrence Fede blocked a punt for a safety with 41 seconds left, and Ryan Tannehill threw four touchdown passes to help the Miami Dolphins come from behind and beat the Minnesota Vikings 37-35 Sunday. The Dolphins overcame a 14-0 deficit to take the lead, but trailed again after giving up 15 points in an 11-second span in the fourth quarter. Tannehill...
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Breaking News: Stephen Ross says that Joe Philbin will return in 2015

Following the Miami Dolphins victory against the Minnesota Vikings, Stephen Ross told reporters that Joe Philbin will be returning as head coach of the Miami Dolphins in 2015. More information coming as it becomes available.
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Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross Announces HC Joe Philbin Will Be Back Next Year

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross told reporters after Sunday’s game that they will be keeping Joe Philbin in place for another season. “Here’s a Christmas present,” Ross said, per Andrew Abramson. “You don’t have to ask me anymore. He has one year left on contract and is coming back.” “I believe in what we’re building, Coach Philbin is coming back next year,” Ross...
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Dolphins cap wild 4th quarter with comeback win over Vikings

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) -- Rookie Terrence Fede blocked a punt for a safety with 41 seconds left, and Ryan Tannehill threw four touchdown passes to help the Miami Dolphins come from behind and beat the Minnesota Vikings 37-35 Sunday. The Dolphins overcame a 14-0 deficit to take the lead, but trailed again after giving up 15 points in an 11-second span in the fourth quarter. Tannehill...
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Late safety helps Dolphins rally past Vikings 37-35

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) Rookie Terrence Fede blocked a punt for a safety with 41 seconds left, and Ryan Tannehill threw four touchdown passes to help the Miami Dolphins come from behind and beat the Minnesota Vikings 37-35 Sunday. The Dolphins overcame a 14-0 deficit to take the lead, but trailed again after giving up 15 points in an 11-second span in the fourth quarter. Tannehill...
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Vikings fall to 6-9 after Dolphins rally

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) -- Rookie Terrence Fede blocked a punt for a safety with 41 seconds left, and Ryan Tannehill threw four touchdown passes to help the Miami Dolphins come from behind and beat the Minnesota Vikings 37-35 Sunday. The Dolphins overcame a 14-0 deficit to take the lead, but trailed again after giving up 15 points in an 11-second span in the fourth quarter. Tannehill...
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Dolphins cap wild 4th quarter with comeback win over Vikings

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) -- Rookie Terrence Fede blocked a punt for a safety with 41 seconds left, and Ryan Tannehill threw four touchdown passes to help the Miami Dolphins come from behind and beat the Minnesota Vikings 37-35 Sunday. The Dolphins overcame a 14-0 deficit to take the lead, but trailed again after giving up 15 points in an 11-second span in the fourth quarter. Tannehill...
Via Fox Sports Florida
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The Miami Dolphins Beat The Minnesota Vikings On A Blocked Punt

In one of the weirdest game-winning scores of all time, the Miami Dolphins blocked a punt for a game-winning safety. Not to mention, the blocked punt came during a fourth quarter that looked like this: The win keeps the Dolphins alive in the playoff picture. [Vine via cjzero] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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VIDEO: Dolphins Block Vikings Punt For Safety To Win

The Miami Dolphins blocked a Minnesota Vikings punt for a safety to win the game.
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Man Attends Dolphins Game In Full Pads And Helmet

The Miami Dolphins aren’t making the playoffs this year, but that didn’t stop one loyal fan from showing up to today’s game against Minnesota dressed in full pads and helmet. There’s a guy here at the #Dolphins game in full pads. Alone, of course. pic.twitter.com/xdqfNc0pln — freddytalks (@freddytalks) December 21, 2014 As Freddy pointed out- the man is, by all accounts...
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Miami Dolphins OL Forgets Snap Count, Almost Kills Ryan Tannehill

It looks like the Miami Dolphins offensive line completely forgot what play they were supposed to run here, everyone except for the center that is. Ryan Tannehill was smart to just go down and try to avoid getting crushed since Lamar Miller didn’t seem to want the ball either. [The Cauldron] The post Miami Dolphins OL Forgets Snap Count, Almost Kills Ryan Tannehill appeared first...
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Miami Dolphins Playoff Scenario Might As Well Be Impossible

The Miami Dolphins playoff scenario is about as likely to happen as winning the lotto.
Via Gamedayr
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WATCH: The Miami Dolphins Have Quit Playing Football

From the looks of this video, the Miami Dolphins have decided to quit playing football.
Via Gamedayr
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If Joe Philbin goes the Miami Dolphins might have interest in Guz Malzahn

The Miami Dolphins are currently trailing the Minnesota Vikings by seven points at home, but a more important story might be happening off the field. It seems that head coach Joe Philbin’s days are numbered and some very interesting rumors are flying around the internet regarding who the team might bring in to replace him. According to Ian Rapoport, if Philbin goes the Dolphins...
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