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    by Published on 08-20-2015 04:03 AM

    Following a two day joint practice with the Carolina Panthers, the Dolphins are set to take on Cam Newton and the Panthers in Carolina this Saturday.

    Heartbreakingly for Carolina, Kelvin Benjamin tore his ACL during the joint practice and will be out for the rest of the season. This will be a good test for the young receivers on their squad as they'll be facing off against a what is presumed to be a very good defense this year.

    Miami is also looking to showcase their receiving core with new additions Greg Jennings, Kenny Stills and new tight end Jordan Cameron. While we saw Tannehill driving down the field like a true franchise QB last week, expect a tougher task when he goes out on the field this week with Luke Kuechly commanding the Carolina defense and improved cornerback Josh Norman challenging our receivers. This week will finally be a chance to see our offensive line be put to the test against a solid defensive front with leaders Star Lotulelei (if he is active) and Charles Johnson.

    Miami's defense will be tested as well with the loss of Louis Delmas with another torn ACL. Saturday will also be a very big night for 2nd year Safety Walt Aikens. These next 3 weeks will be very important for Aikens and Jones while they get used to playing across from each other.

    As always join the discussion on the forums with fellow Dolphins fans.

    Shout out to VIP member CallMeDaddy for helping with the week's write.
    by Published on 08-14-2015 06:45 PM  Number of Views: 285 
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    Dolphins Fall To Bears in Opener

    The Miami Dolphins traveled to Chicago to play their first preseason game against the Bears. On the opening drive, quarterback Ryan Tannehill marched the offense down the field with an efficient touchdown drive for a 7-0 lead. Lamar Miller also contributed to the offense with an explosive 26 yard run. The defensive starters were able to hold the Bears scoreless in their limited action. The second team players did a good job with their time on the field but the Dolphins reserves looked hapless at times, enabling the Bears to cruise to 27-10 victory in the second half. The Dolphins will travel to South Carolina next week to participate in scrimmages against the Carolina Panthers as they head into their next preseason game on Saturday against the Panthers.

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    by Published on 08-11-2015 05:05 PM

    The wait is finally over, football is back! This week we see the Dolphins traveling to the Windy City to take on Da Bears. Even though Miami finally looks to be poised to make a run for the playoffs this season they still have quite a few positions that need to be evaluated especially along the offensive line. Depending on how this game goes Miami might finally pull the trigger and sign free agent Evan Mathis after this game.

    Please visit the main forum to dive into the discussions about this weeks game and everything else Dolphins related. PHINS UP!