Bill Lazor hired as Offensive Coordinator

Today Bill Lazor was hired as the Miami Dolphins Offensive Coordinator first reported by ESPN’s Chris Mortensen. Bill left his position with the Philadelphia Eagles as QB Coach to become Miami’s Offensive Coordinator.  In Philadelphia he received credit for the success that Nick Foles (Pro Bowl, 22TDs, 2INTs) had this season filling in for the […]

January 2014 by markardron

Will Dolphins Splat The Pats, or Get Squished Like Fish

With the Dolphins floundering what should have been an easy win against Buffalo, they are set to take on the jewel of the AFC East, the New England Patriots. True as it may be that Tom Brady and his offense have not been the epitome of prolific, the team is still winning. Keep an eye […]

October 2013 by Dustin Godin

Continuity: Miami Dolphins Re-Sign Brian Hartline, Rumor Mill: Matt Moore Too

While the Dolphins front office claim to be on a mission to find weapons for Ryan Tannehill, this week they focused on retaining his most reliable target in Brian Hartline. The wide receiver out of Ohio State University had a career year with Ryan Tannehill throwing to him, netting him 1083 yards and a TD. The question […]

March 2013 by Dustin Godin

Dolphins Shut Out by Patriots, 28-0

Did the Miami Dolphins actually fly to New England this weekend? Im not so sure they did. While I may have predicted a loss for the Dolphins, I by no means predicted a shutout caused by a plethora of mental mistakes. The Dolphins finish out the year with a losing record for the 4th time […]

January 2013 by Dustin Godin

Dolphins Seek .500 Season, Patriots Seek Playoff Bye.

The Miami dolphins have officially been eliminated from the Play-off race, but that does not mean they have nothing to play for. At 7-9, 2012 has already brought more success than 2011; though the Dolphins seek a .500 record to finish out the season. Currently they hold the 15th position in the draft, and a win against […]

December 2012 by Dustin Godin

Dolphins Route Bills 24-10, Still Out Of Playoffs

Don’t look now, but Miami is on a 2 game win streak. Not that it matters anymore after Pittsburgh lost to Cincinnati, effectively eliminating any chance the Dolphins had at a post-season berth. Even still, the Dolphins took of control of what they could and the offense continued it new-found momentum, while the defense finally forced some […]

December 2012 by Dustin Godin

Henne Homecoming! He Was Who We Thought He Was.

Sunday offered an intriguing match up, as the Jaguars starting QB Chad Henne, was ran out of Miami during the last off-season. Henne has had some success in Jacksonville after 2nd year QB Blaine Gabbert went down with an injury in week 10, but Henne once again failed to perform in Sun Life Stadium. The Dolphins defense limited […]

December 2012 by Dustin Godin

12 Games: Miami Quarterback Controversy?

Looking around at the mental state of Miami’s fans, I get a sense that there is a contingent that believes that quarterback Matt Moore would have attributed more wins to cheer about. While certainly possible, I will  reserve any and all opinions on this, and instead focus on simply the facts and address the balance […]

December 2012 by Dustin Godin

49’ers Run By Dolphins, For The Win: 27-13

As expected  a loss to the 49’ers may have been, its chances were helped by Miami’s performance on sunday, which ranged from mediocre to poor. Once again there were too many mistakes, and too many plays missing a playmaker. That goes for both sides of the ball. In a game where there was no room […]

December 2012 by Dustin Godin