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Is there a QB controversy brewing in Miami?

Fresh off a disheartening 34-15 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin didn’t seem prepared to commit to Ryan Tannehill as the team’s starting quarterback for Week 4 (via Palm Beach Post). After being asked directly about Tannehill’s status as the starting quarterback, Philbin responded… We’ll utilize the players the best way we...
Via Sportsnaut
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Dolphins players reportedly ‘furious’ with defensive scheme

The Miami Dolphins have not looked good over the past two weeks after kicking off their season with an impressive win over the New England Patriots. They allowed 34 points against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday and 29 against the Buffalo Bills the week before. Neither opponent has what you would call a powerhouse […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
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The Dolphins have failed to execute as eleven

That one hurt. Well, let’s be real a lot of them have hurt in the past couple of years. With the Dolphins dropping their 2nd straight game all eyes are surely to be on Ryan Tannehill. PSA: Anybody who makes excuses for Tannehill after this one just might get blocked. — Adam Beasley (@AdamHBeasley) September 21, 2014 The blame game start in Miami seconds after the Dolphins loss...
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Report: Dolphins players are ‘irate’ over DC Kevin Coyle’s game plan in loss to Chiefs

The Miami Dolphins have been outscored 63-25 following the team's Week 1 victory over the Patriots. What used to be a strength for the team—its defense—is now being exposed as its main weak link. Chiefs running backs Joe McKnight (who hadn't played in an NFL regular season game since December 2012) and Knile Davis gashed the Phins defense for 199 all-purpose yards...
Via The Sports Daily
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Miami Dolphin Bus Driver (Ryan Tannehill) Runs Self Over.

The Miami Dolphins special teams were severely out punted with an astounding hang time and yardage effort by Dustin Colquitt, and the Chiefs had numerous returns of big yardage for naught reversed due to penalties. The penalty match up was lost by the Dolphins with 65 yards to the Chiefs 23 yards, and Kansas City won the time of possession game by seven plus minutes. Miami's...
Via Dolphin Shout
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Report: Dolphins players “beyond furious, Irate” about defensive gameplan

According to Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald, many Dolphins players were very upset with their defensive game plan and adjustments for Sunday’s game against the Chiefs that they ended up losing 34-15. One source says Dolphins players are "beyond furious. Irate" at defensive adjustments and game plan. Not good. At all. — Adam Beasley (@AdamHBeasley) September 22, 2014...
Via Pro Football Zone
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The Miami Dolphins are a Bad Football Team

The Dolphins are a bad football team, but it is much more complicated than that. Today was the tipping point in which we realized this team has some huge issues. Fans can point fingers at any single player, but it isn’t that simple, it is never that simple. The Miami Dolphins have a very talented roster but there is a difference between a good roster and a good team. The Dolphins...
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Watch: Brian Hartline celebrates touchdown with golf shot

Brian Hartline golf celebration — gifdsports (@gifdsports) September 21, 2014 Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline caught a one-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Tannehill in the third quarter of the Dolphins 34-15 loss against the Kansas City Chiefs, and Hartline’s TD celebration was an instant classic. After scoring the touchdown, Hartline pulled...
Via Down and Distance
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HOT TAKE: “Same Old Dolphins” suffer a bad loss to the Chiefs

Starting to feel a little like 2013. Another tough loss for Miami this time at the hands of a Jamal Charlesless Kansas City Chief team at home. In a game most thought Miami should win ( were 4.5 point favorites) , the Dolphins came out flat down by double digits heading into half time for the 3rd straight time this year. The Dolphins who once again appeared to be out-coached, blew...
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Brian Hartline celebrates TD by pretending to be a golfer (Video)

Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline scored a touchdown against the Chiefs today and then pretended to be a golfer. var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Loading... ZergNet The post Brian Hartline celebrates TD by pretending to be a golfer (Video) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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Dolphins need to release Dion Jordan; The fool is suspended again

The Miami Dolphins announced Dion Jordan has been suspended again. An NFL spokesperson: “Per the terms of the Policy on Performance-Enhancing Substances that took effect on Wednesday, the four-game suspension previously imposed on Dion Jordan of the Miami Dolphins has been lifted. “However, Jordan now has been suspended without pay for the next four games […] The post Dolphins...
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Dolphins painted their end zones aqua (Photo)

With the University of Miami now playing at Sun Life Stadium. I can’t remember the last time the Dolphins painted their end zones aqua. #AquaOut #StrongerTogether — Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) September 20, 2014 var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Loading... ...
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NFL suspends Dolphins DE Dion Jordan 4 games

The NFL announced Friday that Miami Dolphins defensive end Dion Jordan, the third overall draft pick in 2013, has been suspended four games without pay for violating the NFL’s policy on substance abuse. Jordan was suspended four-games earlier this season for violating the policy on performance-enhancing drugs.  But after serving two games, the suspension was lifted under...
Via Sports-Glory
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Dion Jordan suspended again

Miami Dolphins pass rusher Dion Jordan saw his suspension for violating the league’s substance abuse policy lifted today when the NFL and NFLPA finalized a new drug policy. Shortly after Jordon’s suspension was lifted, he was suspended another four games for a second violation of the NFL’s substance abuse policy. Jordan had this to say about his latest violation in a statement...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Dolphins worked out former Cornell QB Jeff Matthews

Miami Dolphins worked out several players yesterday according to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun.  The Dolphins worked out former Cornell Big Red quarterback Jeff Matthews. Matthews was previously with the Atlanta Falcons but released when the team cut down to the 53 man roster.  Aaron Wilson @RavensInsider · 9h Dolphins tried out LaMichael James, Jeff Mathews, […] The post...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss
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