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It is a statistic that is impossible to ignore, a statistic that says plenty about the current state of the Miami Dolphins, a statistic that underlines the razor thin difference – at least for this team – between victory and defeat.
Each Friday this season, James Morris will swing by The Finsiders blog to drop his insight on the fantasy action in the weekend ahead. Read More
Our fantasy guru, James Morris, swings by to give us his mid-week fantasy report for week six. Read More
So much to talk about. So much to look forward to. Who, for instance, could have imagined that a Monday night game between the Dolphins and Saints would emerge as the NFL’s marquee game in the first month of the season? Read More
As third games go, this one carries a lot of weight. A legitimate Super Bowl contender, the Atlanta Falcons, coming to Sun Life Stadium. Read More
Imagine the possibilities. Cameron Wake coming in hard from one side, Dion Jordan doing the same from the other side, Olivier Vernon picking the perfect crease to burst through and Jared Odrick or Randy Starks causing havoc up the middle. Read More
Though the intention will be to mix and match receivers around the field, someone, even if it isn’t a primary role, will log a good deal of time in the slot for the Dolphins. Could that player be Brandon Gibson? The new Dolphins receiver recently joined NFL AM to talk about fitting into the Dolphins scheme and playing with Ryan Tannehill.
Here is a list of select Running Backs who currently have the opportunity to become unrestricted free agents at that time. These players can re-sign with their current teams at any time and can begin to negotiate with other teams beginning on March 9th. Read More
For the second year in a row the prospect of two brothers coaching against each other in the Super Bowl is a tangible one based on Sunday’s conference championship games. Read More
Four weeks ago the Houston Texans visited Gillette Stadium in supposedly their biggest game in franchise history – and they limped away victims of a 42-14 loss to the New England Patriots. Read More