Seattle’s defense lived up to its ranking with a performance as dominating as you’ll see on a stage this big. Read More
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
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
In case you missed it, here’s a complete roundup of Dolphins.com’s coverage of Wednesday’s practice:
Despite the fact that the start of the regular season is still about five months away, yesterday’s schedule announcement was met with plenty of enthusiasm and excitement. While many things will change for the Dolphins and the 13 teams they’ll face this year between now and September, there are still some definite storylines to examine. Below we do just that, beginning with the opener at Houston:
Week 1 at Houston: The Dolphins open the Joe Philbin era on the road with a chance to remove the goose egg from their all-time record vs.