Posts Tagged ‘Miami Dolphins’

A caution about the Ryan Fitzpatrick/Chan Gailey new Miami Dolphins alliance

Monday, July 6th, 2020

You could make a strong case that Ryan Fitzpatrick has more familiarity with new Dolphins offensive coordinator Chan Gailey than any other active NFL quarterback, considering Fitzpatrick spent three seasons with Gailey in Buffalo (where Gailey was head coach) and two with Gailey with the New York Jets (where Gailey was offensive coordinator).

5 best quarterbacks in Miami Dolphins history

Sunday, July 5th, 2020

Dan Marino (1983 – 1999) Not only is longtime Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino the best to ever play the position for the AFC franchise, he is no doubt the best overall player in team history as well. One of the best signal callers of all-time with his playing career ultimately leading him to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Marino’s lone downfall is that he was unable to capture a Super Bowl title during his lengthy stint in Miami.

Phinsider Question Of The Day (W/ Live Thread, General Discussion) 06/05/2020

Sunday, July 5th, 2020

Every Miami Dolphins fan knows that the team is yet again in a rebuilding phase. For many of us it seems as if for the better part of the last two decades the team is always “rebuilding”. Of course it’s hard to rebuild when you either get the wrong man to run the show at head coach or go through head coaches so fast that one system is never in place long enough for the team to really know the direction they are going in from one year to the next.

The Splash Zone 7/5/20: Dolphins Still Looking For Their Next Marino

Sunday, July 5th, 2020

Dan Marino retired back in 1995 and the Dolphins quarterback situation has been a mess since then. For whatever reason, the Dolphins did not spend a first round pick on a quarterback until the 2012 draft where they drafted Ryan Tannehill. Two months ago, the team hopefully selected their next franchise quarterback in Tua Tagovailoa, who is a much better prospect than Tannehill was when he came out.

Dolphins roster cuts coming before training camp?

Saturday, July 4th, 2020

According to the Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson, the NFL has approached the NFL Players Association with the idea of only allowing between 75 and 80 payers in training cam this year. The league would like to see teams bring fewer players in order to allow for more social distancing space within the team faciltiies. Jackson adds the NFL would likely agree to additional players on the practice squad for each club, potentially as high as 20 players, as a concession to the lower roster limit this year.

Miami Dolphins expected to be required to cut players before camp. Here are the candidates

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

A six-pack of Miami Dolphins notes on a Friday:

The First Half Of 2020 Was A Bust For Sports, Second Half Begins With A Little Optimism

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – When the Miami Dolphins walked off the field with 48 hours left in 2019, things were normal. A win over the New England Patriots finished off a strong second half of the season and gave a sense of optimism to 2020. Little did they know, or anyone else for that matter, what was in store as we rang in the new year.

2020 NFL Preview: Dolphins’ total rebuild could come along fast, depending on Tua Tagovailoa

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

The Dolphins finished last season well, then spent big.

Omar Kelly: Dolphins have as much talent as any other AFC East team, so bar should be set higher for Flores

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

Omar Kelly: Dolphins have as much talent as any other AFC East team, so bar should be set higher for Flores The late Tony Sparano coached the Miami Dolphins to their last AFC East title in 2008 during his first season as the franchise's head coach. Sparano then followed up that impressive start with three straight losing seasons. Adam Gase led an injury-decimated Dolphins team to a 10-6 record and the franchise's last playoff berth in 2016, despite finishing the year with backup quarterback Matt...

Omar Kelly: Dolphins have as much talent as any other AFC East team, so bar should be set higher for Flores

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

Omar Kelly: Dolphins have as much talent as any other AFC East team, so bar should be set higher for Flores The late Tony Sparano coached the Miami Dolphins to their last AFC East title in 2008 during his first season as the franchise's head coach. Sparano then followed up that impressive start with three straight losing seasons. Adam Gase led an injury-decimated Dolphins team to a 10-6 record and the franchise's last playoff berth in 2016, despite finishing the year with backup quarterback Matt...