The memory remains both vivid and painful. The Dolphins had just beaten the New England Patriots last December at Sun Life Stadium. Read More
In the newest addition to The Finsiders’ AFC East Positional Breakdown series, we look at possibly the deepest position in the entire division in the defensive line. Read More
After Sunday’s victory over the New England Patriots, Head Coach Joe Philbin and the Miami Dolphins now turn their attention to the Buffalo Bills. In an interview with the Finsiders, Coach Philbin talked about this weekend’s upcoming matchup against another AFC East rival. Read More
The Miami Dolphins (4-9) travel to Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday to face the Buffalo Bills (5-8) in this AFC East matchup. The Dolphins won the first meeting between these two teams 35-8 on November 20th at Sun Life Stadium, and also won the last time they traveled to Buffalo 15-10 in September of last year. Miami holds the series lead 54-36-1 and this game marks the first head coaching assignment for Miami’s interim coach Todd Bowles.
So you remember how when you’re a kid and your mom always said things like “just because everyone else is doing it doesn’t mean you have to do it” and “if Johnny jumped off a bridge, would you?” Well, that’s kind of how I feel about mock drafts. Everyone is doing them. So I don’t really have to. But I think I kind of want to.
The strength of the 2011 draft class is said to be the defensive line by many draft experts. Many of the lineman met with reporters on Saturday including the sons of a pair of former NFL players. One of the defensive lineman still has memories of going against Jake Long while Long was at Michigan 3 years ago.
by Andy Kent
INDIANAPOLIS – In what was a true picture of contrast, some of the top defensive linemen at the Combine put on a show for the media this morning at the same time as the offensive linemen were putting on a show on the field.