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Dolphins Dichotomy: Film Review of the Best & Worst Plays from Dolphins vs. Rams

Good teams find ways to win. On Sunday, the Dolphins showed that they’re capable of getting the job done in the face of adversity. Yes, they were afforded some easy opportunities based on the fact that their opponent’s offense is one of the league’s least effective. However, the team still mustered up two TD drives when it mattered the most,

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Dolphins Dichotomy: Film Review of the Best & Worst Plays from Dolphins vs. Chargers

Not long ago, the Dolphins were sitting at 1-4 with the season all but over. Most had largely given up on the team’s hopes of contention in 2016.  Oh how much a month can change. Riding a four-game win streak, extended by the recent win over the Chargers, the Dolphins couldn’t feel better about the current state of the team. After

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Dolphins Dichotomy: Film Review of the Best and Worst Plays from Jets vs. Dolphins

December 1st, 2014. The date itself won’t mean much to Dolphins fans, but the feeling associated with it will.  It was the last time that Miami had beaten the Jets heading into Sunday’s game.  Losing doesn’t feel good – losing to a division rival really doesn’t feel good. The Dolphins finally were able to get into the right column of

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Dolphins Dichotomy: Film Review of the Best & Worst Plays from Bills vs. Dolphins

Oh how much can change in two weeks.  After being unbearably tough to watch from Weeks 3-5, the Miami Dolphins rebounded in Week 6. Many believed this to be a failing of the Steelers’, thinking that the Dolphins couldn’t possibly pull off another upset the very next week. However, Adam Gase’s squad was able to do just that.  The Dolphins

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

Expectations had reached rock bottom entering Sunday’s game. Several experts actually predicted that the Steelers would break records en route to a blowout victory over the Dolphins. However, they (myself included) could not have been more wrong.  Antonio Brown was contained completely. Le’Veon Bell was eliminated, with the front-seven focused entirely on the run as the secondary shut down wide

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

The Miami Dolphins faced the Cleveland Browns at Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday afternoon. With a final score of 30-24, the Dolphins move to 0-2-0-1 on the season. Oh, if you didn’t hear, I invented a new column for “wins” like that. You know, the ones that aren’t really wins.  After the Dolphins’ underwhelming performance against the Cleveland Browns, we

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