1. Paul Pasqualoni Sacked: Why the Miami Dolphins Fired Their Defensive Coordinator

    The news from Miami is coming out as quickly as a dolphin jumping through a hoop at a local seaquarium. Defensive Coordinator Paul Pasqualoni was fired and without little warning that has taken Dolphin land by surprise...

    Sam Deerhill Written by Sam Deerhill about over 4 years ago 1,210 reads 7 comments

  2. Miami Dolphins in Serious Need of the X Factor

    I must preface this article by saying that the New Orleans Saints definitely have some things to work out as they head into the playoffs...

    Sam Deerhill Written by Sam Deerhill about over 4 years ago 613 reads 14 comments

  3. Miami-Tennessee: Dolphins' Music City Miracle Hopes Quashed by Titans

    Forget Miami's kick-off returner Ted Ginn Jr. zigzagging this way and that way on kick-off returns. Forget quarterback Chad Henne's 66.3 quarterback rating . Forget wide receiver Greg Camarillo's late hit in overtime...

    Sam Deerhill Written by Sam Deerhill about over 4 years ago 121 reads 0 comments

  4. Miami Dolphins' Chad Henne: The Good, the Bad, and the Future

    With playoff hopes quickly fading away, the Miami Dolphins need to begin clearly charting Chad Henne's good points and his bad points...

    Sam Deerhill Written by Sam Deerhill about over 4 years ago 682 reads 18 comments

  5. Dolphins-Titans: Two Teams on a Tear Tussling To Make the Playoffs

    Of all the games this Sunday, the Dolphins -Titans match-up is particularly intriguing. Not only because there are severe playoff implication, but the game also puts two teams that have overcome potentially disastrous starts...

    Sam Deerhill Written by Sam Deerhill about over 4 years ago 364 reads 3 comments

  6. Tony Sparano's Miami Dolphins Getting Some Breathing Room

    In hindsight, with 6:30 left in yesterday's Jaguars-Dolphins game, Dolphin coach Tony Sparano and fans could breathe a little easier than they did two weeks ago. After Chad Henne was intercepted, the Jaguars offense stalled after four plays...

    Sam Deerhill Written by Sam Deerhill about over 4 years ago 703 reads 0 comments

  7. A Pro Bowl Case for Miami Dolphin Kicker Dan Carpenter

    The Miami Dolphins have not sent a placekicker to the Pro Bowl in exactly a decade. Truth be told, if Dan Carpenter earns the coveted spot they really won't need to “send” him to the Pro Bowl—it's in Miami's LandShark Stadium after all..

    Sam Deerhill Written by Sam Deerhill about over 4 years ago 696 reads 2 comments

  8. Changing of the Guard: Dan Marino To Peyton Manning, Tom Brady To Chad Henne

    In 1999, a young Peyton Manning took his Colts to Miami late in the season and fought an epic battle. The seesaw battle was finally decided when he led a game-winning drive that started with only 36 seconds left in the game...

    Sam Deerhill Written by Sam Deerhill about over 4 years ago 1,035 reads 4 comments

  9. Brian Moorman Punts Buffalo Bills To Victory

    NFL punters rarely steal the headlines. After all, they only get on the playing field five or six times a week; but sometimes these can be the plays that make the difference between winning and losing...

    Sam Deerhill Written by Sam Deerhill about over 4 years ago 294 reads 1 comments

  10. Pat White Must Seize Opportunity to Turn Wildcat into Wild Pat

    Let's face it: Pat White was not brought in by Miami's top brass to start at QB. Bill Parcells and company are confident that Chad Henne is the Dolphins' QB of the future. So far, from what we've seen from No...

    Sam Deerhill Written by Sam Deerhill about over 4 years ago 1,014 reads 4 comments

  11. No. One: Miami Dolphins En Route To Another AFC East Championship?

    I might be crazy, and living in some deluded world called Dolfan Land, but I ask the impossible anyways: Can the Phins steal the AFC East again? Well, it's probably too early to tell exactly ...

    Sam Deerhill Written by Sam Deerhill about over 4 years ago 502 reads 2 comments