With the Patriots game just two days away, take a look at what’s being said about Miami’s Week One opposition around the Dolphins’ locker room. Read More
As The Finsiders wrap-up their position-by-position breakdown of the AFC East, it’s evident that the Dolphins, much like the rest of the division, have certain areas of strength and durability, and other areas where they’ll need to work harder at over the next six weeks during training camp. 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
It’s time for the rivalries to begin, time to get a true gauge on how the Miami Dolphins match up in the AFC East. Read More
After last week’s exit meetings, Pouncey sat down with The Finsiders to reflect on his second season and start looking ahead to next year. Read More
In case you missed it, here’s a complete roundup of Dolphins.com’s coverage of Wednesday’s practice: Read More
It was a tale of two football games all wrapped into one as I observed Saturday’s match-up between the Miami Dolphins (5-10) and the New England Patriots (12-3). Coaches at every level of sports always preach about playing from start to finish, and it was on full display this past weekend! The Dolphins defense completely dominated the first half of the game, making Patriots quarterback Tom Brady look confused and frustrated.
Labor Day a definite work day here in Davie as the Dolphins practiced in advance of their Week 1 Monday night match-up against the Patriots–exactly seven days from today. In this edition of FinsidersTV, we hear from Reggie Bush, who talks about the challenges that New England presents up front (specifically Vince Wilfork and Albert Haynesworth) as well as safety Yeremiah Bell and head coach Tony Sparano, who addresses the perceived concerns about Bush’s durability:
The Dolphins will play their final game of the 2010 season on this second day of 2011 as they head north to face the division champion Patriots.
The 7-8 Dolphins are looking to finish their season with a .500 record and with a win would also finish with a 7-1 road record. On the other side, the 13-2 Pats are looking to make Bill Belichick the first coach in NFL history with four-14 win regular seasons.