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    by Published on 10-30-2015 05:45 PM  Number of Views: 350 
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    Key Injuries Add To Miami's Woes




    The ghost of Dolphins past reared it's ugly head in Miami's 36-7 loss to the New England Patriots. Coach Dan Campbell had three days to prepare, practice and travel to one of the toughest places to win in a prime time game. The results showed his team was not ready. Problems that have haunted the Dolphins early in the season reemerged Thursday night. There was a slow start, lack of running game, inefficient play calling, a lack of energy and numerous penalties. The Patriots have dominated their opponents all year long but that should be no excuse for the Dolphins. They know they have to play better if there is any hope at salvaging the season. The AFC and division losses are piling up for Miami, fortunately for the Dolphins there are a lot of struggling teams in the same boat.

    Matters won't be any easier going forward due to key injuries sustained in the game. Defensive end Cameron Wake, who was having a pro bowl season, was lost for the season with an Achilles injury. Right tackle Ja'Wuan James suffered a toe injury and will miss 4-6 weeks. Rookie wide receiver Devante Parker was also carted off with a foot injury. There is a lot of work that needs to be done in the next 10 days for the Dolphins as they have another road trip ahead to face the Buffalo Bills. The season looks gloomy today but if the Dolphins can get back what works best for this team there may be a sliver of hope.



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    by Published on 10-28-2015 11:08 PM



    Miami is off to New England for their first prime time game of the season this week. The Dolphins are coming off of two huge wins over the Titans and the Texans and hope to continue their success by attempting to knock off an undefeated Patriots team. Miami needs the defense to step up big time in order to get the Pats off their game, especially in Foxborough.

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    by Published on 10-25-2015 07:17 PM  Number of Views: 343 
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    Winless Streak vs. Houston Comes To An End



    Jarvis Landry said the Dolphins were going to christen the stadium this Sunday. Indeed they they did. Landry caught two touchdowns and turned in an amazing effort along with many others in a dominating 44-26 victory over the Houston Texans. Ryan Tannehill passed for a career high four touchdowns in a nearly perfect game. The slow starts have become a thing of the past under head coach Dan Campbell's direction as Miami went into halftime with a 41-0 lead. Lamar Miller got the momentum going early and didn't waver, rushing for 175 yards and 60 in receptions along with two touchdowns.

    While the offense didn't miss a beat, the defense was as equally dominating. The Texans didn't manage a first down until late in the first half. The pressure from Suh, Wake and Vernon was relentless. Reshad Jones had another interception for a touchdown. Miami began pulling first team players after halftime and Houston made a small effort late which didn't amount to much. The Dolphins don't have much time to celebrate snapping a 0-7 winless streak versus the Texans because they only have 3 days to prepare for the New England Patriots on Thursday night. Hopefully this new found momentum Campbell has inspired the team with will carry over to week 8 because the Dolphins will need every ounce of it.





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