The Jacksonville Jaguars defense stepped up to the challenge while the offense failed to get going, keeping the Jaguars from ‘reveling’ in victory. “…we can all look at it and find out what we did wrong and first point
There is a lot of speculation as to why the Miami Dolphins are unable to prove themselves this year, and fingers are being pointed at QB Ryan Tannehill. But Tannehill’s mentality continues to show that he is dedicated to
Joe Philbin is running out of time to recognize the Dolphins need to be a run-first football team to succeed.
The Miami Dolphins suffered a heartbreaking 27-24 loss to the Green Bay Packers this past Sunday, but I don’t believe the loss itself or their now 2-3 record should alarm Dolphins fans too much. Of course there were issues
We are at the one quarter mark of the NFL season, so let’s take a closer look at the three Florida teams and see if any of them have playoff potential: Jacksonville Jaguars (0-4): In Week 1 against Philadelphia,
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
The Dolphins have some problems, but benching Ryan Tannehill isn't the solution. Joe Philbin and the rest of should consider many things first.
In three games as quarterback for the Miami Dolphins, Tannehill has done nothing but increase doubt about his ability to be the franchise quarterback the Dolphins have been looking for since #13 retired
Eric Lopez previews the 2014 Miami Dolphins Season with Greg Likens of " Finsiders Show"