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The Phinsider Oct 9, 2017
Pro Football Focus: Kiko Alonso Praised After Miami Dolphins' Victory

Pro Football Focus: Kiko Alonso Praised After Miami Dolphins' Victory

In a game that featured a minimal amount of offense from the Dolphins, Kiko Alonso captured PFF's top player grade. The Miami Dolphins now own a .500 record after outlasting the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. Both offenses struggled to produce in the low-scoring affair, but the defenses from both sides managed to provide a few highlight-worthy plays. Miami's defense was able to manufacture some points of their own, which resulted in Kiko Alonso receiving praise from Pro Football Focus in the contest's aftermath. The former Oregon standout forced the ball out of reserve quarterback Matt...
Music City Miracles Oct 9, 2017
You be the Titans offensive coordinator: How would you move the ball with Matt Cassel?

You be the Titans offensive coordinator: How would you move the ball with Matt Cassel?

Everyone wants to fire Terry Robiskie...again....after yesterday’s loss to the Miami Dolphins. There is no doubt that the offense wasn’t good enough, but what can you expect with Matt Cassel under center? The real blame here should go to the offensive line. This team’s calling card is supposed to be smashmouth football. They have invested a lot in that line. That is the group they should be able to lean on for a game or two when Marcus Mariota isn’t able to go. They didn’t get it done yesterday. If I were calling the plays yesterday, I would start with identifying the biggest...
The Phinsider Oct 9, 2017
Changes need to come soon for Dolphins

Changes need to come soon for Dolphins

Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans ended the way every Miami Dolphins fan should want - the fight song blaring, “Dolphins Win” flashing across the video boards, and fans chanting as they work their way down the spirals to exit the stadium. IT was a great, fun moment. During the game was anything but what a Dolphins fan should want, at least when it comes to the team’s offense. Again, the offense had no rhythm and looked like they could not get out of their own way. Penalties, drops, fumbles, and short passes dominated on offense that was expected to be a high-powered,...
The Phinsider Oct 9, 2017
Dolphins OL coach Chris Foerster resigns after video surface

Dolphins OL coach Chris Foerster resigns after video surface

The Miami Dolphins won their game against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, though the offensive line again struggled at times. Changes will be coming to the team, however, as, following the release of a video in which offensive line coach Chris Foerster is seen snorting line of a white powder in what appears to be an office at the Dolphins team facilities, the coach has announced his resignation from the team. In his second stint with the Dolphins, having previously been the team’s offensive coordinator under head coach Dave Wannstedt, Foerster has been in the NFL for 24 years, and was...
The Phinsider Oct 9, 2017
Titans At Dolphins final score, recap, and reactions

Titans At Dolphins final score, recap, and reactions

After yesterdays win against the Titans, let’s do a quick recap of the action. The Dolphins ended their two game losing streak yesterday as the team was able to beat the Tennessee Titans 16 - 10. The Dolphins offense, like the past two weeks, was stagnant. Jay Ajayi was able to find some good runs but the blocking, both pass and run, is just atrocious. If the team cannot get Ajayi rolling, they’re going to struggle as teams are going to force the Dolphins to beat them with Jay Cutler’s arm. For 90% of the game, Jay Cutler was having a terrible time. There were times when Cutler would...
The Phinsider Oct 9, 2017
The Splash Zone 10/9/17: Dolphins Win But Offense Is Still A Work In Progress

The Splash Zone 10/9/17: Dolphins Win But Offense Is Still A Work In Progress

Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. The Miami Dolphins end their two game losing streak and managed to pull out a victory yesterday against the Tennessee Titans. The Dolphins defense played some great football and were applying constant pressure on Matt Cassel. On the other side of the ball, things weren’t that great for the offense. The unit continues to struggle but we saw signs of life in the fourth quarter as Jay Cutler was finally making some throws and...
Miami Herald Oct 8, 2017

Dolphins rookie on his important first career sack

Charles Harris, Miami Dolphins DE and 2017 first round draft pick, talks about his first career sack in the teams victory over the Tennessee Titans. …
Miami Herald Oct 8, 2017

Dolphins head coach Adam Gase laments drop passes during win against Titans

Adam Gase, Miami Dolphins coach, defends quarterback Jay Cutler on his performance in their victory over the Tennessee Titans. The fans chanted for backup quarterback Matt Moore to replace Cutler. …
Miami Herald Oct 8, 2017

Dolphins' safety Reshad Jones on his unusual touchdown in win over Titans

Reshad Jones, Miami Dolphins safety, talks about his unusual touchdown in the first quarter as they play the Tennessee Titans. …
Music City Miracles Oct 8, 2017
RECAP: Dolphins get past lifeless Titans, 16-10

RECAP: Dolphins get past lifeless Titans, 16-10

Titans couldn’t generate any offense today. Well that wasn’t any fun. This one began just how you would expect — kinda... sleepy. The Titans playing without Marcus Mariota tried to establish the run, but couldn’t sustain drives. Miami was able to capitalize off of a DeMarco Murray fumble to put three points on the board. The next drive Matt Cassel “fumbled” and the Dolphins picked it up and scored. It looked like a simple incomplete pass, but was ruled a fumble on the field. The replay was close, but the referees couldn’t overturn it. The Titans were in a 10-0 hole...
The Phinsider Oct 8, 2017
Tennesee Titans at Miami Dolphins Live Chat & Game Information

Tennesee Titans at Miami Dolphins Live Chat & Game Information

Your Miami Dolphins return this week from London to take on the Tennessee Titans at home. Just as with last season the Phins are off to another slow start. 2016 began with a 1 and 4 record before ultimately winning 10 games on the season. The Dolphins at 1 and 2 are surely hoping for a similar turn around this season, although no doubt before they drop two more. The defense has been for the most part respectable given that the offense can not manage to hold the ball for very long over the last two weeks scoring only 6 points total over that same span. The Tennessee Titans enter the year...
Miami Herald Oct 8, 2017

Will the Dolphins get it together in their home opener against the Titans? Follow the action

The Miami Dolphins finally get to play at Hard Rock Stadium after hurricanes delays and a trip to London as they host the Tennessee Titans. Live Blog Tennessee Titans at …
Miami Herald Oct 8, 2017

Phillips among Miami Dolphins’ inactives for Tennessee game; Cassel to start for Titans

Defensive tackle Jordan Phillips practiced fully Friday and said his injured ankle is healed. Nevertheless, the Dolphins made him one of eight inactive players for Sunday’s 1 p.m. game against …
Music City Miracles Oct 8, 2017
NFL Week Five Inactives: Titans-Dolphins

NFL Week Five Inactives: Titans-Dolphins

Mariota is officially out. Both the Tennessee Titans and the Miami Dolphins are looking to stop the bleeding today. In case you missed it last night, the Titans will be without quarterback Marcus Mariota, who is nursing a hamstring injury. He practiced this week, but the staff ultimately decided to play it safe. Matt Cassel gets the start. Brandon Weeden will serve as the backup. Elsewhere, the Titans will be without Corey Davis and Johnathan Cyprien today — who are also battling hamstring injuries. Kevin Dodd will be inactive once again, along with Kalan Reed. .@Titans inactives:...
FOX Sports Oct 8, 2017
Preview: Dolphins try to find offensive footing against beleaguered Titans defense

Preview: Dolphins try to find offensive footing against beleaguered Titans defense

The Miami Dolphins finally make their home debut Sunday afternoon against the Tennessee Titans.
The Phinsider Oct 8, 2017
Titans at Dolphins coverage nuts and bolts

Titans at Dolphins coverage nuts and bolts

The Miami Dolphins finally play a game at Hard Rock Stadium, the first true home game for the team this year. Their last game in their home stadium was 52 days ago, in the Preseason Week 2 slate of game - and it is now Week 5 of the regular season. It has been a strange start to the season for the Dolphins. Joining Miami in South Florida will be the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, who will be facing a “game-time decision” on whether or not starting quarterback Marcus Mariota, who is dealing with a hamstring issue, will be able to play. If he cannot go later today, the team will start Matt...
The Phinsider Oct 8, 2017
The Splash Zone 10/8/17: Titans At Dolphins

The Splash Zone 10/8/17: Titans At Dolphins

Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. The Dolphins finally have an official home game as they will take on the Tennessee Titans today. The Titans may be without Marcus Mariota as the quarterback is a game time decision. I’d love to see the team play some angry football after those last two games. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below. Five things to watch: Titans at Dolphins | Miami HeraldFive Things to watch during the Miami...
Music City Miracles Oct 8, 2017
Report: Marcus Mariota out against the Dolphins

Report: Marcus Mariota out against the Dolphins

Matt Cassel starts. After a week of speculation, Marcus Mariota won’t play on Sunday, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Titans QB Marcus Mariota, considered game-time decision due to hamstring, not expected to play vs. Dolphins, per source. Matt Cassel starts.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 8, 2017 Mike Mularkey and the staff allowed Mariota to practice in limited fashion this week, but are playing it safe this weekend in Miami. Matt Cassel will get the start for the Titans, meaning they will be leaning heavily on Derrick Henry and DeMarco Murray to get things done on the...
NFL Trade Rumors Oct 7, 2017

Titans QB Marcus Mariota Not Expected To Play In Week 5, Matt Cassel Will Start

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Titans QB Marcus Mariota, who has been considered a game-time decision due to hamstring, is not expected to play against the Dolphins in Week 5. This, of course, means that the Titans will start Matt Cassel at quarterback on Sunday. Mariota, 23, is a former No. 2 overall pick of the … The post Titans QB Marcus Mariota Not Expected To Play In Week 5, Matt Cassel Will Start appeared first on NFLTradeRumors.co.

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