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    by Published on 12-06-2015 09:41 PM  Number of Views: 288 
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    Defense Stands Strong



    The Miami Dolphins defeated the Baltimore Ravens 15-13 in what could be described as an ugly win but that's the way head coach Dan Campbell likes it. Earlier this week Campbell emphasized he wanted balance on offense with a heavy rush workload. Newly promoted play call Zac Taylor delivered. Lamar Miller led the way with an effective 20 carries on 113 yards. The results didn't produce many points as the only score on offense came from a 38 yard touchdown reception by rookie wide receiver DeVante Parker.

    The star of the day was the defensive unit, Despite giving up long drives to the Ravens, they were able to come away with big stops that yielded few points. Derrick Shelby added to the scoreboard with a amazing 22 yard interception for a touchdown. Reshad Jones continued on his path to excellence with another key interception. It's unknown if Miami will continue their new smash mouth approach going forward but it is very clear this team wins games when they do.

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    by Published on 11-30-2015 08:24 AM  Number of Views: 329 
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    Jets Sweep The Dolphins



    When the Miami Dolphins lose, they do it well. The New York Jets laid the hammer down on the Dolphins yet again in a 38-20 loss for Miami. The Dolphins fall to 0-5 in the AFC East and 4-7 overall. In typical fashion for the Dolphins the offense sputtered out of the gate and didn't have any sort of success until the third quarter. Anemic third downs, off target passes, penalty after penalty and injuries to several players were there rearing their ugly heads again. There is plenty of blame to go around Monday morning but the decisions by Bill Lazor has put this team in a position that gives them no chance at success. The Dolphins ran the ball 9 times and passed 58 times. It's hard for any team to overcome that kind of balance.

    The defense was able to contain the Jets for about a quarter. Once the Jets figured out the mismatch of Brent Grimes covering Brandon Marshall and whomever Jamar Taylor was covering, there was no looking back. Sloppy tackling plagued the defense time after time. It was just another ugly chapter in the 2015 season for the Dolphins. There is not much to be optimistic about as the team heads back home to face the Baltimore Ravens this Sunday.


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    by Published on 11-15-2015 08:08 PM  Number of Views: 386 
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    Losing Skid Comes To End



    The last two weeks have not been kind to the Miami Dolphins. The team was left battered and demoralized after two devastating losses to AFC East foes. Sunday they faced the task of traveling to a hostile stadium to face a surging Philadelphia Eagles team and they handled it well. The game started eerily similar to the past two weeks with another early safety. The Dolphins quickly found themselves behind 16-3. Despite several injuries on the defensive side of the ball, they were able to stand strong and limit the Eagles to one field goal in the final three quarters en route to a 20-19 victory.

    Ndamukong Suh had three quarterbacks hits and a sack and led the charge for the defense. Ryan Tannehill guided two touchdown drives in the second and fourth quarters that was just enough to put away the Eagles. Miami is now done with their unwelcome three game road trip and return home to face the Dallas Cowboys. The next five out of the final seven games will be played at Sun Life Stadium. A breath of fresh air so to speak for the struggling Dolphins. It will be interesting to see if they can take advantage of the opportunity as the AFC wild card picture is in dire straits at the moment.






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