I don’t often get a chance to opinionate on what’s going on around the NFL, but with this being midseason and the Dolphins not playing until Monday night, this seems like as good a time as any. Read More
Ultimately, someone on the periphery could decide the outcome of this game, like so many other Super Bowls. It could be someone who did not dominate Media Day and the interview sessions leading up to the big game. Both teams have waited a long time to return to this stage – since the 1994 season for the Niners and since 2000 for the Ravens, so here are some of the things to keep an eye on during Super Sunday. Read More
Now that we’re down to the Elite Eight of the 2012 NFL Playoffs, the stakes are even higher – as in a berth in the conference championship. Read More
For answers to many questions atop the minds of fantasy owners as they prepare for their championship round matchups this week, we turn to James Morris for his fantasy weekly Q & A. Read More
In case you missed it, here’s a complete roundup of Dolphins.com’s coverage of Wednesday’s practice: Read More
Week 13 is the final regular season week in many fantasy leagues, so our fantasy guru, James Morris, answers many questions from fantasy owners in his weekly Q & A session. Read More
The quarterback position is always a hot topic of conversation, especially during this time of the year. The National Football League has become a sport where this position is one of supreme importance, and if you’re a team that dosen’t have a difference maker at the position, your franchise will be left behind! Only one of 12 playoff quarterbacks had a passer rating below 80 (Tim Tebow at 72.9), and the elite single-callers were well over 100 (Aaron Rodgers 122.5, Drew Brees 110.6 and Tom Brady 105.6).
A very interesting day at the Dolphins training facility in Davie today, as owner Stephen Ross, general manager Jeff Ireland, and head coach Tony Sparano sat with a media contingency in a conference room to discuss everything that has been going on in recent days.
Ross began the discussion with a lengthy opening statement that was highlighted by, among other things, his reiteration that his #1 priority is to bring a winner to Miami.