Anytime you’re going on the road, especially facing an AFC East opponent, you want to to play a clean, mistake-free football game. That should be the first concern for the well-rested Miami Dolphins as they travel to Met Life Stadium to face the New York Jets for the second and final time this season. Read More
Week 5 of the NFL season is hitting a lot of fantasy teams hard because the Lions, Cowboys, Raiders and Buccaneers are all on a bye this week. To help you prepare your fantasy lineup for Sunday, we turn to our fantasy guru, James Morris, for his weekly “Start ‘em & Sit ‘em” lineup advice. Read More
Week 5 of the fantasy season is here, and many owners are scrambling to fill-out their lineups with four teams on bye this weekend and numerous injuries around the league. Our fantasy of James Morris and Jon Cope provide thier answers to several questions that are atop of the minds of fantasy owners this week. Read More
The first Sunday of the 2012 fantasy football is now in the books, and just like the NFL there were winners and losers. However your team performed, it’s important to remember, a first week win doesn’t guarantee you a playoff spot and an opening week loss doesn’t spell doom for your fantasy team. Read More
I can only imagine how frustrating it must feel for the players, coaches and fans of the Miami Dolphins on the day after’s this season. This one hurt a little bit more because it was against an AFC East rival in the New York Jets! The Dolphins played the first quarter and a half like a team that was going to shed the mistakes that has been plaguing both sides of the football.
Hear all of the action from Monday’s game vs. the Jets by listening to the radio calls of Jimmy Cefalo, Joe Rose, and Bob Griese.
The frustration of 2011 continued in the Meadowlands tonight, as the Dolphins fell to 0-5 on the season thanks to a 24-6 loss to the Jets.
QB Matt Moore, making his first start as a Dolphin, made some throws, but was victimized by some key drops by his receivers as well as a 100-yard interception return for a touchdown by Darrelle Revis in the first quarter.
There are plenty of defensive coordinators around the NFL that can scheme against one great wide receiver and completely take him out of the game. That receiver might have a couple of catches for a few yards, but never threaten to change the complexion of the game. They feel confident that they can handle the number two receiver, the tight end, etc.
With former Steelers and Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress now out of prison, the logical question becomes “where will Plax play?” We certainly don’t have any answers today (and thanks to the labor situation, we might not for some time), but we have heard some good rumors swirling around. In order to answer this question as best we could, we spoke to several different media members who cover several different NFL teams about Burress’s future.