Tempo is Key: Why Miami Needs to Employ the No-Huddle More Frequently

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Out of the ashes of yet another disappointing Miami Dolphins defeat in New England has risen a legitimate silver lining. Adam Gase’s offense performed extremely well in the second half as the team went with the no-huddle approach down 31-3. While the end result remained a loss, Ryan Tannehill was able to command the offense to the tune of 21

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Patterns Over Personnel: What Does it Take for an NFL Team to Finally Change?

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“Same old Dolphins.” “Here we go again.” “Different year, same team.” Through the first two weeks of the 2016 season, we have heard the familiar cries of fans who believe that this team will never change. Close losses in heartbreaking fashion, coming within a few plays of beating teams they were projected to lose to by three scores; it is

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Welcome to Hard Rock: Stats, Predictions and Key Matchups for Browns vs. Dolphins

TAMPA, FL - AUGUST 26: Quarterback Cody Kessler #5 of the Cleveland Browns on a pass play during a preseason game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium on August 26, 2016 in Tampa, Florida. The Buccaneers defeated the Browns 30 to 13. (Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images)

The Narrative:  The Miami Dolphins and Cleveland Browns are both entering Sunday’s matchup looking for their first wins of the 2016 season. However, their journeys to this point have been very different. Cleveland has lost its top two quarterbacks to injury. RGIII went down in Week 1, with Josh McCown not far behind in Week 2. Now the team is

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The Weakest Link: Analyzing the Performance of Miami’s Secondary Through Two Weeks

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Based on their play last season and the relatively few adjustments made to the position group, the secondary figured to be one of the biggest weak points in Miami for 2016. Thus far, they have done nothing to disprove our assumptions. The defensive line was supposed to be Vance Joseph’s saving grace, providing enough pressure to hide the deficiencies of

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Dolphins Dichotomy: Film Review of the Best & Worst Plays From Dolphins vs. Patriots

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 The “tale of two halves” cliché is thrown around too often in the NFL. For the Dolphins, Sunday’s game is best described by that phrase, as the team quite literally looked like entirely different units in respective halves of the game.  A performance like Miami’s leads to a game with immense contrast between highs and lows. Here is our breakdown

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A Tale of Two Halves: Grades From the Dolphins’ 31-24 Loss to the Patriots

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The Miami Dolphins’ 8th straight loss in Foxborough was a tale of two halves. The Dolphins were thoroughly and embarrassingly outplayed at every level throughout the majority of the first half. However, in the last few minutes of the 2nd Quarter, Adam Gase gave Ryan Tannehill the reigns to the no-huddle offense. From that point in the game, the Dolphins

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