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  • Hyde: Time for Dolphins to put up or pack it up

    Hyde: Time for Dolphins to put up or pack it up
    Before the Dolphins players go to work Thursday night, they should go to their calendar and rip out the page that reads, "January." That playoff month doesn't exist yet for the Dolphins. For that matter, they can rip out, "December," too. It's...
  • Dolphins by the numbers heading into Thursday night's Bills game

    Dolphins by the numbers heading into Thursday night's Bills game
    DAVIE - The Miami Dolphins offense wasn't impressive in the first meeting with the Buffalo Bills, which resulted in an embarrassing 29-10 loss. But the unit's performance wasn't putrid against the Bills either. Let me prove it. The Dolphins offense...
  • Dolphins practice report: Cortland Finnegan sidelined with ankle injury

    Miami Dolphins cornerback Cortland Finnegan, who sustained a left ankle injury in Sunday’s 20-16 loss at Detroit, wasn’t at the portion of Tuesday’s walk-through practice media is allowed to watch. Left guard Daryn Colledge, who missed...
  • Hyde5: Bills in Dolphins heads? Ignore words, examine numbers

    1. No team gives the Dolphins more trouble than Buffalo. It's one of the mysteries of life. The Bills have beaten the Dolphins four of the past five meetings, which is interesting considering Buffalo hasn't made the playoffs in 17 years. They're in the...
  • Lions rally past Dolphins, improve to 7-2

    DETROIT -- Calvin Johnson wishes that the Detroit Lions would win games in an easier fashion. He's still not complaining about their habit of pulling out victories at the last moment. The new version of the Cardiac Kids did it again Sunday, as Matthew...
  • Dolphins make one fewer play than Lions, lose, 20-16

    Dolphins make one fewer play than Lions, lose, 20-16
    In the end, there was no magic or mystery to the Dolphins' 20-16 loss at Ford Field on Sunday. And safety Reshad Jones, who was beaten by running back Theo Riddick on the game-winning touchdown reception with 29 seconds left, knew that better than...
  • Special teams play key role in Dolphins' 20-16 loss

    Special teams plays almost sunk the Dolphins in Sunday's 20-16 loss to Detroit. And special teams almost uplifted the Dolphins, too. Sunday's game featured three fake punts in the first half, a blocked field goal that was returned 55 yards, and five...
  • Dolphins' offense tries to match play-making skills with defense

    Dolphins' offense tries to match play-making skills with defense
    The Dolphins' defense has recently moved into the NFL's elite as a play-making unit. In the last three weeks, all victories, they've recorded 10 takeaways and held opponents to an average of 9.0 points per game. Making plays isn't anything new for the...
  • Sunday: Miami Dolphins (5-3) at Detroit Lions (6-2), 1 p.m., Chs. 4, 12

    Sunday: Miami Dolphins (5-3) at Detroit Lions (6-2), 1 p.m., Chs. 4, 12
    Kickoff: 1 p.m., Ford Field, Detroit TV: Chs. 4, 12. Radio: WINZ (940 AM), WBGG (105.9 FM), WQBA (1140 AM, Spanish). Coaches: Joe Philbin (20-20, in third season with Dolphins); Jim Caldwell (34-26, in fourth season, first with Lions) Series:...
  • Hyde5: Five deciding questions of Dolphins vs. Lions

    Hyde5: Five deciding questions of Dolphins vs. Lions
    1. Will the Dolphins' line get to Matt Stafford? Detroit has given up the fifth-most sacks in the league this year (24), and that pressure is part of the reason why Stafford has an unimpressive 86.5 rating. The return of receiver Calvin Johnson will help....
  • Dan Marino, Bob Griese watch Dolphins practice

    Dan Marino, Bob Griese watch Dolphins practice
    Dolphins quarterbacks Ryan Tannehill and Matt Moore threw passes to wide receivers and tight ends under the watchful eyes of two Hall of Fame quarterbacks Wednesday – Dan Marino and Bob Griese. ┬áThe legendary duo watched passing drills from the...