Hartline continues to do what he does best: Catch passes, make important plays, level a defender with a key block and do enough of the little things to win games. Read More
In an interview with Finsiders, Dan Marino spoke about the developing deep ball connection between Ryan Tannehill and Mike Wallace. Read More
O.J. McDuffie, a Dolphins receiver from 1993-2000 and current Finsiders analyst, doesn’t think chemistry will be an issue. Read More
In case you missed it, here’s a complete roundup of Dolphins.com’s coverage of Super Bowl week in New Orleans: Read More
The Miami Dolphins (5-9) had a very turbulent week adjusting to losing their head coach last Monday, but found a way to respond after being down early and defeated the Buffalo Bills (5-9) 30-23. Miami overcame a first quarter CJ Spiller 24-yard touchdown run (it was the first time in nine games the Miami defense has allowed a first quarter touchdown), and responded by scoring the next 23 points of the game for the victory.
Reggie Bush cemented his status not only as an every-down back, but as one of the stars of the 2011 NFL season, as the Dolphins (5-9) completed the season sweep of the Bills (5-9) thanks to a 30-23 win at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Bush finished the day with 203 yards rushing, the most of his career, the most by a Dolphin since 2002 (Ricky Williams 216 vs.