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      by Published on 09-15-2014 05:15 PM  Number of Views: 284 
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      Dolphins fail to rally this week, Lose 29-10



      After a spectacular second half comeback win versus the Patriots last week the Miami Dolphins were nowhere to be found in a 29-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills. The game didn't fare well for the Dolphins from the get go as starting running back Knowshon Moreno suffered an elbow injury in the first quarter and will miss 4-8 weeks.

      It was a all around poor effort from the players to the coaching staff. The biggest setbacks came from special teams play. Punter Brandon Field had a punt blocked that set a Bills score. Also, The Bills returned a kickoff for a 102 yard touchdown. There weren't too many bright spots on the day , the offense failed to get in rhythm. The defense showed resiliency in the first half limiting the Bills to nine points but it wasn't enough. The good news for the Dolphins is they have 14 games left to right the ship. Next Sunday the Dolphins return home to face the Kansas City Chiefs at 4:25 pm.


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      by Published on 09-08-2014 07:41 PM  Number of Views: 827 
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      Miami's Second Half Surge Too Much For Pats To Handle




      It didn't take long for Knowshon Moreno to return to his 2013 form. He led a solid rushing attack for the Miami Dolphins in first game of the season. Moreno's fourth quarter touchdown helped seal the deal in an impressive 33-20 victory over the New England Patriots. The Dolphins jumped out to a quick 7-0 lead after a blocked punt gave the Dolphins the ball and Ryan Tannehill connected to Lamar Miller for his first of two touchdown passes. The Patriots didn't take long to grab the lead back, they led 20-10 at the half.

      The Dolphins had all the answers after halftime, scoring 23 unanswered points. Cam Wake and the stingy Dolphins defense put pressure on Tom Brady and held them scoreless in the second half. Linebacker Danell Ellerbe sustained an hip injury and will be lost for the season. This will be a blow to an already depleted linebacker corps.

      This was a great start for the Dolphins and will give the team and the fans much needed excitement heading into the season The Dolphins will travel north next Sunday to face another AFC East rival, the Buffalo Bills.

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      by Published on 08-31-2014 11:15 AM  Number of Views: 812 
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      Pouncey to open season on active roster



      Yesterday the Miami Dolphins trimmed their roster down to 53 players. The biggest names to be cut were RB's Daniel Thomas and Marcus Thigpen. Also of note was that Center Mike Pouncey was not placed on the PUP list meaning he will be on the roster when the season begins. There were concerns he wouldn't be available to week six but the Dolphins feel he will be ready sooner.

      Players that were waived include, DT Isaako Aaitui, G David Arkin, C Sam Brenner, WR Kevin Cone, G Evan Finkenburg, CB Kevin Fogg, S Jordan Kovacs, QB Seth Lobato, TE Kyle Miller, DE Tevin Mims, DE DíAundre Reed, K Jake Rogers, DT Garrison Smith, LB Andrew Wilson and TE Evan Wilson. The Dolphins also terminated the contract of G Tony Hills and placed DT Kamal Johnson on injured reserve. DE Dion Jordan and S Reshad Jones will not be on the active roster as they serve their four game suspensions.
      Today the Dolphins will scour the waivers as they shore up their practice squad.

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