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  • Raiders see good times coming even after a 0-10 start

    A couple of weeks ago, as the losses kept stacking up, Oakland Raiders rookie quarterback Derek Carr gathered his fellow draft picks and young players. He promised good times were ahead. He just couldn't promise when. The Raiders take an unsightly 0-...
  • Dolphins jockeying for position in hunt for AFC playoff spot

    Dolphins jockeying for position in hunt for AFC playoff spot
    In football it is essential to know the down and the distance of every situation. That way everyone is clear about the challenge, and understands the journey, and adversity they potentially face. The same approach should apply to the NFL teams...
  • Dolphins' Bill Lazor not worried about 'growing rift' with players

    Dolphins' Bill Lazor not worried about 'growing rift' with players
    Dolphins offensive coordinator Bill Lazor said any friction between him and players is "about what a normal NFL offensive team would be." That means Lazor believes last week's report on NFL.com about a "growing rift" between him and several players, and...
  • Main question for Miami Dolphins: How to slow Peyton Manning

    One of the Dolphins' coordinators faced questions Monday about allegations of strained relationship with players. The other faced queries about how to slow Peyton Manning, who will welcome the Dolphins to Denver on Sunday assuredly irritated by Sunday'...
  • Hyde5: Golden too conservative? Sorry, I didn't see it

    Five thoughts on this football weekend: 1. This was classic from the invisibile majority of University of Miami fans in the aftermath of the Florida State loss. They showed up for once Saturday night. They were treated to a great game in a great...
  • Miami Dolphins hold advantages in AFC wild-card race

    Who would have thought this two weeks ago: The Broncos will have as much on the line Sunday as the Dolphins. And the winner of the Mile High showdown this weekend will have the inside track for a NFL playoffs wild-card spot at the very least. Denver...
  • Dolphins: 'Statement' games don't exist in NFL

    Dolphins: 'Statement' games don't exist in NFL
       DAVIE – The Dolphins didn’t make a “statement” with their 37-0 victory over San Diego.  That’s because the so-called “statement” game doesn’t exist in the NFL.  It’s a media creation.  &...
  • Ravens move into tie for second place in AFC North

    Ravens move into tie for second place in AFC North
    Despite not playing a football game, it was a productive Sunday for the Ravens. Coming out of their bye, the Ravens (6-4) are now tied with the Cleveland Browns (6-4) and the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-4) for second place in the AFC North. The...
  • NFL elite teams now taking shape

    The Sports Xchange By Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange NFL elite teams now taking shape Pro football Hall of Fame coach Bill Parcells likes to say teams are what their record says they are by the time the season hits this stage. That's great news...
  • Bills place McKelvin on IR

    The Sports Xchange Bills place McKelvin on IR The Buffalo Bills placed cornerback Leodis McKelvin on season-ending injured reserve Monday after he fractured his ankle in last Thursday night's game. McKelvin suffered the injury in the first half of...
  • Report: An accusation of abuse, then special treatment for Dolphins' player in 2010

    Report: An accusation of abuse, then special treatment for Dolphins' player in 2010
    The handling of a domestic abuse case involving a Miami Dolphins player in 2010 highlights "how relationships between National Football League teams and local law enforcement agencies can lead to special treatment for players," the New York Times reported...