With a few more losses, Miami Dolphins fans everywhere may well be ready to flip their eyes to next spring and another opportunity for the Miami Dolphins to build up reinforcements for a team that is proving to be quite the work in progress for head coach Brian Flores and general manager Chris Grier.
With the Miami Dolphins’ season teetering on the brink of becoming inconsequential in the grand scheme of pursuing a Lombardi Trophy in 2020, we may be on the brink of seeing Miami attempt to transition their offensive mentality to prepare for not just winning the next game but rather winning in the future.
There is no rest for the weary — and there will certainly be no rest for the Miami Dolphins this week. Fresh off yet another frustrating defeat at the hands of a divisional rival, the Dolphins turn their eyes outside of the AFC East for the first time in 2020.
The Miami Dolphins are not ready for the big leagues. Everything was in front of the Dolphins in the 4th quarter of a chaotic showdown in the AFC East against their divisional rival, the Buffalo Bills.
Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images The Miami Dolphin hosted the Buffalo Bills in a hard fought game for both teams. What started off ugly for the Dolphins, then became ugly for the Bills in the second half, tightened up down the stretch and suddenly became a good game between two division rivals.
The Bills had the ball for a much bigger chunk of the first half than the Dolphins, but they’re only up one score after 30 minutes of play in Miami. Ryan Fitzpatrick hit Mike Gesicki for a 27-yard gain into Bills territory with seconds to play in the first half and Jason Sanders nailed a [more]
Wide receiver DeVante Parker is back in action for the Dolphins and his presence is welcome for quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. Parker caught a two-yard touchdown from Fitzpatrick late in the first quarter to pull the Dolphins even with the Bills.
The end of the first Bills offensive possession ended well for the Dolphins as a team, but not for one of their cornerbacks. Byron Jones went back to the locker room after the Bills’ drive ended with an incomplete pass to Stefon Diggs.
If you weren’t ready for today’s home opener against the Buffalo Bills before, you’re about to be. The Miami Dolphins have dropped a hype video featuring an all-time team legend on the call in Hall of Fame defensive end Jason Taylor.
By: Jason Sarney The Miami Dolphins open Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday to play hosts to the Buffalo Bills and up to 13,000 fans. The home team will be one of the few franchises across the NFL to allow fans in the building.
The Miami Dolphins didn't get out to a good start this season with a 21-11 Week 1 loss to the New England Patriots. To make matters worse, Miami's top wide receiver, DeVante Parker, reaggravated a left hamstring injury during the game.