Note: Cleveland, St. Louis, Denver, Cincinnati, Arizona, and Seattle were idle in Week 4. Since I refuse to penalize teams due to scheduling, all six bye week teams retain their rankings from the previous week. Therefore, my top four
The Oakland Raiders got their butts handed to them Sunday by the likes of the Miami Dolphins. But for at least one Dolphins player, that's
The Miami Dolphins put together one of the most all-around impressive victories in recent franchise history with a 38-14 win over the Oakland Raiders. The score even suggests the game was more competitive than the reality. Seriously, it has
Tuck and O'Neill talks Dolphins, Bucs, and Jags football.
Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Randy Starks will remain in Maimi as his teammates go off to London to play the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.
It should be no surprise that the Miami Dolphins organization and their fans are disappointed in Ryan Tannehill’s performance through the first three weeks of this season. There were heavy expectations coming into 2014 being that it’s Tannehill’s third
Miami Dolphins’ head coach Joe Philbin hasn’t been confirming or denying quarterback Ryan Tannehill’s playing status, but according to NFL.com, he will likely start in week 4. Ian Rapoport has reported that Tannehill could be benched, but it seems
We now have a probable, feasible answer as to why the Miami Dolphins are so terrible.
The Dolphins have some problems, but benching Ryan Tannehill isn't the solution. Joe Philbin and the rest of should consider many things first.
Dethroned Momentarily, Seattle Seahawks Regain Top Spot After Week 3 Stunner: 1. Seattle Seahawks (2-1): The Seahawks regain the number one spot after a thrilling overtime victory vs Denver. The Seahawks’ D gave up a touchdown drive and a