Dolphins 2016 Sack Total


Miami’s sack total in 2015 was terrible and was a big reason for their failure. The Miami Dolphins didn’t like their sack total of 2015. They spent a lot of time and money trying to remedy that weakness to support Vance Joseph‘s new Zone-Press scheme. So, what would be a sack total to justify this effort and make 2016 a success? The Dolphins run defense […]

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Where’s Dion Jordan: The Answer Will Cost $3,068,923


“Where’s Dion Jordan” is more than a question about his reinstatement status. If the Dolphins want to find out “where’s Dion Jordan”, it will cost them $3,068,923 to find out the answer. On a “good” note, the money spent to crack this enigma will buy them three answers for the price of one. Currently, Miami is on the hook for $1,378,714 – regardless of his reinstatement. […]

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Training Camp Is Just 1 Week Away


This Dolphins Training Camp will be the Fans first real glimpse at this new regime. Miami is seven days away from the start of the 2016 training camp that begins on Friday July 29th at 9 am. With every new training camp comes excitement born from the hope that the new year will bring success to the Miami Dolphins – and vicariously to we the fans. But, this year’s excitement […]

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Foster Another “Small Ball” Move By Miami


For good or bad, “Small Ball” is Miami’s mode of operation with this front office. The “swap” of Lamar Miller and Arian Foster is a snapshot of the Miami Dolphins new team building concept of “Small Ball”. “Small Ball” is the death by a thousand cuts version of building an NFL team and is fast becoming “all the rage”. Miami’s front office philosophy for some […]

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Dolphins Kickers In Sophomore Year

Miami Gardens---- fl-dolphins-texans-0919j--The Miami Dolphins host the Houston Texans at Sun Life Stadium.  Miami punter Brandon Fields pats kicker Dan Carpenter on his helmet after Carpenter missed a second quarter field goal.     Robert Duyos,  Sun Sentinel

Both Dolphins Kickers must show improvement or replacements will be forthcoming. Last year, the Miami Dolphins decided to roll the dice and release their veteran punter and kicker in favor of two undrafted rookies, Andrew Franks and Matt Darr. 2015 results were mixed for both Dolphins kickers, but that can be rationalized with the fact that both players had zero NFL experience. The encouraging […]

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How Much Will “Soft Balls” Cost Patriots?


Will the “Soft Balls” scandal deflate the Pats 2016 season? The knee-jerk answer in regards to will there be negative effects due to the “Soft Balls” scandal is: “no” for the division, and “yes” for the conference. But, if you peel the onion a bit, you see that as far as the division goes,that quick no might not be the case. Now, I’m not saying Pats are done, that […]

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