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      by Published on 10-20-2013 05:43 PM     Number of Views: 4387 

      The Dolphins and the fans will have to wait at least another week after the team dropped another game (three in a row for the very casual fan) and this loss coming after what should've been more than enough time to prepare for a Buffalo team that had a Quarterback who was little more than a practice squad player a few weeks ago. A lot of the same problems that have plagued the Dolphins in previous years again reared their ugly head, untimely turnovers, unable to move the ball on critical downs, and more than a few questionable play calls at critical times. In what could easily be described as a team loss, the Dolphins have to figure out how to beat a New England team next week that almost never loses two games in a row.
      by Published on 10-09-2013 10:18 AM     Number of Views: 1933 
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      FORMER JET SIGNS AS MCNUTT HEADS TO CAROLINA



      Former New York Jets wide receiver Ryan Spadola is being signed today to the Dolphins practice squad. Spadola, who was undrafted out of Lehigh, replaces wide receiver Marvin McNutt who has been signed by the Carolina Panthers to their active 53 man roster.

      Spadola became a fan favorite for the Jets as he put up big numbers for the team during the preseason. He was released by the Jets on October 5th, which many thought was a surprising move. Multiple teams, including the Jets, had offers for Spadola to join their practice squad but decided to take the Dolphins offer.

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      by Published on 09-23-2013 05:13 PM  Number of Views: 1540 

      TANNEHILL THROWS TD PASS IN FINAL MINUTE



      The Miami Dolphins are 3-0 for the first time since 2002 after a 27-23 comeback victory Sunday against the visiting Atlanta Falcons. Down by 3 with just under four minutes to go, the Dolphins drove 75 yards in 13 plays that ended in quarterback Ryan Tannehill connecting with rookie tight end Dion Sims for the game winning 1 yard touchdown pass.

      This victory did not come easy for the Dolphins as they were missing starting DT Paul Soliai, CB Dimitri Patterson for the entire game and lost star DE Cameron Wake and LB Koa Misi during the game to injuries. Wake is expected to miss 2-3 weeks with a sprained MCL. The Dolphins also found themselves down 10-0 and 20-10 during the course of the game. What usually turns into a typical Dolphins letdown turned into a major statement win for this franchise.

      Tannehill had another strong day going 24 of 35 for 236 yards, 2 touchdowns and 1 interception. Wide receiver Brian Hartline led the day receiving with 4 receptions for 56 yards and 1 touchdown.

      The 3-0 Dolphins head to New Orleans next Monday to take on the 3-0 Saints in what will likely be the NFL's game of the week.


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