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    by Published on 10-18-2015 09:32 PM  Number of Views: 230 
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    Dolphins Snap Three Game Skid




    After a demoralizing three game losing streak the Miami Dolphins got back in the groove with an impressive 38-10 victory over the Tennesse Titans. It didn't take long for new head coach Dan Campbell to make his mark. It looked like a different team out there compared to the first four weeks. In an unfamiliar fashion they didn't have a slow start and the defense dominated for the most part. Cam Wake had four sacks, Reshad Jones returned an interception for a touchdown and Brent Grimes had a superb interception to cap off a dominating performance.

    The Dolphins anemic run game was revitalized by Lamar Miller, who rushed for 113 yards in a much needed effort. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill threw two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter to seal the game. The victory was a fresh of breath air for the team and fans. There is plenty of work to be done but at least for now coach Campbell has brought out the competitiveness this team has been lacking for some time. The Dolphins will host the Houston Texans on Sunday, a team they have never beat.




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    by Published on 10-05-2015 08:39 PM  Number of Views: 295 
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    After Demoralizing Loss Philbin Fired



    A day after the Miami Dolphins were defeated by the New York Jets in London the team has fired head coach Joe Philbin. The Dolphins turned another lackluster effort for the third week in a row. Owner Steve Ross wasted no time on making the decision to fire Philbin, one of the quickest firings to date. The Dolphins now turn the team over to the former tight end coach Dan Campbell in hopes to provide a turnaround during the bye week. Campbell hopes to bring a much needed culture change to the locker room. Coordinators Kevin Coyle and Bill Lazor are rumored to be on the hot seat also. Campbell has yet to make a decision if he will retain either. The Dolphins will have 10 days to prepare for the new changes and try to salvage the season.




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    by Published on 09-27-2015 07:58 PM  Number of Views: 358 
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    AFC East Continues To Stifle Philbin




    The Miami Dolphins were pummeled in the most lopsided home opener in team history. The Buffalo Bills dominated on all sides of the ball giving the Dolphins a bruising 41-14 loss. It's hard to find an area for the Dolphins that displayed an inkling of a team that many expected to be top contender in the AFC. Instead the frustrated home crowd was witness to a team that was unprepared and undisciplined and the fans probably got more enjoyment seeing what was on the new menus amidst Dolphins recently renovated stadium.

    The Dolphins were unable to get anything going in the first half similar to the first two games. In the meantime Buffalo walked all over the Dolphins. The second half wasn't much different. At times, It seemed as if the Dolphins had no interest in the scoreboard and were sticking to their game plan despite being bullied on both sides of the ball. It felt almost like a preseason game, no adjustments when it mattered. Joe Philbin is in his 4th year and there is no sign of improvement heading towards game four. The same deficiencies that have haunted Miami over Philbin's tenure are still there. Poor game planning, scheming and personnel decisions continue to be thorn in Miami's side and the coach and coordinators don't have an answer. It's time for someone to be held accountable, the fans deserve better.




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