It’s time to open the mailbag and answer fans’ questions in this column. I won’t sidestep you and I won’t stiff-arm you. So bring them on. Read More
It’s not about final scores; it’s about storylines. Keep that in mind during each of these five preseason games. Yes, the Dolphins lost to the Cowboys Sunday night. Yes, they looked sloppy. Yes, there were turnovers and penalties and missed tackles and dropped passes and enough things to give Joe Philbin hours to talk about in his next team meeting. Read More
Two of the most identifiable players in franchise history: #99 and #54, Jason Taylor and Zach Thomas. Read More
For an NFL.com special feature, The Finsiders’ Jesse Agler helped pick the five most underrated Dolphins players in franchise history — a group of versatile, important players that may have not received the credit they deserved. Read More
In case you missed it, here’s a complete roundup of Dolphins.com’s coverage of the Dolphins’ Week 6 victory. Read More
In case you missed it, here’s a complete roundup of Dolphins.com’s coverage of Wednesday’s practice: Read More
The general outpouring of affection in the wake of Seau’s death is a testament to the way he connected with people on and off the football field.
In the Dolphins’ 3-4 defense, there is arguably no position more glamorous than outside linebacker. Last season, Miami’s biggest defensive standout was Cameron Wake, who unleashed himself on the rest of the NFL by recording 14 sacks in just his second season in the league. On the other side, rookie Koa Misi collected 4.5 sacks and even scored a touchdown, thanks to the recovery of a Brett Favre (remember him?) fumble in the endzone Week 2.
Chuck Fusca (Facebook): Was there ever a rift between the offensive and defensive players during your era because you felt like they weren’t keeping up with you guys on defense?
Sam Madison: Well, there could have been, but just the way that our defense was built and the type of players that we had, we thought as a unit, that we could beat anybody.
Guest Blog: Sam Madison (Dolphins CB 1997-2005, 4x Pro Bowl selection)
November 30, 1997: Miami at Oakland
At this point of my rookie season I had recovered from my injury and was playing well on special teams. Playing against one of the best WRs in the NFL in Tim Brown, I got beat for a TD early in the game.