Archive for the ‘Miami Dolphins’ Category

Patriots will bounce back after Miami meltdown: Brady

Monday, December 10th, 2018

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady insisted his team would bounce back on Monday following their spectacular last-gasp defeat to the Miami Dolphins. The Patriots fell victim to what has been dubbed the "Miami Miracle" on Sunday, when the Dolphins conjured a remarkable winning touchdown off the final play of the game to snatch a 34-33 victory. The sweeping 69-yard score, which featured two lateral passes before Kenyan Drake raced over in the corner, prevented the Patriots from clinching a 10th straight AFC East division title.

Still playoff long shots, Dolphins need another miracle

Monday, December 10th, 2018

Now the Miami Dolphins will try to pull off another miracle. After beating New England with a pass and double lateral on the final play, the Dolphins are 7-6 and could use some more magic in the next three weeks to make the playoffs. Coach Adam Gase figures his Dolphins probably need to sweep their remaining games - at Minnesota, home against Jacksonville and at Buffalo - to earn an AFC wild-card berth.

Peter Schrager: Miami Dolphins have legitimate shot of sneaking into playoffs

Monday, December 10th, 2018

NFL Network's Peter Schrager explains why he thinks the Miami Dolphins have a legitimate shot of making the 2018 playoffs after Week 14 victory against the New England Patriots.

How did AFC playoff picture change in Week 14?

Monday, December 10th, 2018

NFL Network's Peter Schrager says the Miami Dolphins saved their season on a trick play in Week 14 against the Miami Dolphins.

‘Good Morning Football’ reacts to Miami Dolphins’ walk-off win

Monday, December 10th, 2018

The "Good Morning Football" crew reacts to the Miami Dolphins' walk-off victory against the New England Patriots in Week 14.

Dolphins’ Kenyan Drake Wants Ball He Threw Into Stands After Miracle Win vs. Patriots

Monday, December 10th, 2018

Miami Dolphins running back Kenyan Drake weaved his way through New England Patriots defenders, scoring the game–winning touchdown after receiving a lateral and in his excitement, threw the ball in the stands. Drake sprinted the final 52 yards after receiving a lateral from DeVante Parker, who got the ball from Kenny Stills. The Dolphins score, the last of nine lead changes, prevented the Patriots from clinching the AFC East at least for one week.

Kenyan Drake on Miami Miracle: I couldn’t let Gronk tackle me!

Monday, December 10th, 2018

Kenyan Drake explained there was no way he was going to let Rob Gronkowski tackle him after scoring the sensational match-winning 'Miami Miracle' touchdown against the New England Patriots. The Miami Dolphins running back was still in disbelief after his side stunned AFC East rivals the Patriots on the last play of the game on Sunday, recording a 34-33 home victory courtesy of a 69-yard lateral play as time expired. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill completed a pass to Kenny Stills, who pitched to fellow wide receiver DeVante Parker as the crowd began to realise a stunning finish was possible, despite the last-ditch play rarely generating success.

Patrick Mahomes’ brilliance is hard to explain, even harder to exaggerate

Monday, December 10th, 2018

Only Aaron Rodgers can rival the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback’s athleticism and precision. Patrick Mahomes now has 41 touchdown passes for the season. Half human, half amazing, Patrick Mahomes cemented himself as the league’s MVP on a wild, wacky NFL Sunday.

Miami Dolphins Needed A Miracle To Beat The Patriots. Watch What Happened.

Monday, December 10th, 2018

With 7 seconds left in the Dolphins-Patriots game Sunday and Miami 69 yards from the end zone, it looked like a sure victory for New England, which had a 33-28 lead.And that’s when something crazy happened in Hard Rock Stadium.Dolphins quarterback Ryan

Between the Hashtags Week 14: The Miami Miracle

Sunday, December 9th, 2018

The best social media reactions from the Miami Dolphins unimaginable walk-off win over the New England Patriots.