As I look at the AFC East race, as I evaluate the four teams, it is abundantly clear that this season represents an excellent opportunity for the Dolphins to challenge the Patriots. Read More
For a preview of Week 11, the final week of the NFL season with a bye week, we turn to our fantasy guru, James Morris. Read More
There was plenty of back-and-forth between Dolphins and Jets players all of last week, but in the end, the Dolphins let their play do the talking, soundly beating their AFC East rivals, 30-9 Read More
The recognition is giving him a little extra attention, but Starks likely wouldn’t have been able to fly under the radar heading into this Sunday’s game against St. Louis, anyway; the Rams’ staff is too familiar with him. Read More
Week 4 of the fantasy season was filled with big-time performances, including some eye-popping numbers by the Dolphins. Our fantasy team of James Morris and Jon Cope recap all of the fantasy news from an eventful week, and let you know which players might be available to help your team in week 5. Read More
On Sunday, with Tony Sparano and Yeremiah Bell returning to South Florida, the Dolphins fell in overtime to the division rival New York Jets, 23-20. Read More
Here is the official Injury Report as released by the league for Sunday’s game at Sun Life Stadium between the Dolphins and the New York Jets: Read More
Even if the schemes may be different under a new regime, the Jets know Dolphins’ personnel well, especially with Tony Sparano heading to New York in the offseason. But they haven’t seen Ryan Tannehill yet and will have to prepare accordingly. Read More
It’s a reasonable question. When a team invests the eighth overall pick in a player, fans expect him to play.
And if Miami would have selected a wide receiver or a guard or a linebacker with their first round pick, you can almost be assured that he would be all but penciled in atop the depth chart.
For the past decade, Tom Brady’s superb play has consistently ended the “Who’s the AFC East’s best quarterback?” argument before it could ever gain any traction.
He’s been, unequivocally, the best. Brady’s not getting any younger, however, and we may not be very far away from a time where another quarterback grabs the torch.
That’s why Ryan Tannehill could be entering the division’s quarterback landscape at an opportune time.