1:59 AM EDT, Sat September 21, 2019
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Dolphins at Cowboys broadcast map

Dolphins at Cowboys broadcast map

Photo by Andrew Dieb/Icon Sportswire via The Miami Dolphins head to Texas to face the Dallas Cowboys this weekend. The Dolphins are not exactly a national draw, though the Cowboys typically do lead to a larger television broadcast range. How does the television coverage map look for this week’s game? It actually works out that, if you want to see the Dolphins and are in New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, most of Kansas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, most of Tennessee, and parts of Missouri, Georgia, and Virginia. In Florida, south of Orlando and Tampa will get the game. But,...
13 hours ago
Fan confidence in Dolphins’ direction ticks up ahead of Week 3

Fan confidence in Dolphins’ direction ticks up ahead of Week 3

Photo by Doug Murray/Icon Sportswire via The Miami Dolphins lost to the New England Patriots in Week 2, dropping the game at the last second - or getting blown out 43-0. One of those two is correct. You can choose which one you want to believe. Even if you want to believe the last-second loss option, the reality is, the Dolphins have lost their first two games by a combined 102-10 score. Yeah, it has not been pretty, and our weekly SB Nation FanPulse fan confidence survey has been showing that. At the end of the 2019 season, only 31 percent of the fans responded they were confident in...
Sep 19, 2019
Josh Rosen starting versus Cowboys

Josh Rosen starting versus Cowboys

Photo by Doug Murray/Icon Sportswire via The Miami Dolphins are making a move two weeks into the 2019 season. And, this change is not on the offensive line, but rather the man standing behind them. The Dolphins have switched quarterbacks, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson, and other media members. The move comes after Ryan Fitzpatrick struggled to find a rhythm with the offense in the first two games of the year. Miami lost to the Baltimore Ravens and Dallas Cowboys by a combined 102-10 score. Miami traded a second-round pick to the Arizona...
Sep 18, 2019
Patriots at Dolphins: Miami defensive snap counts from Week 2

Patriots at Dolphins: Miami defensive snap counts from Week 2

Photo by Mark Brown/ The Miami Dolphins lost to the New England Patriots this past Sunday in a 43-point shutout at the hands of their AFC East rivals. The offense could get nothing going in the game, including giving up two pick-sixes in the game. The defense seemed to play better than they did in Week 1 - when the Baltimore Ravens hung 59 points on them - but it was still another harsh beating. The Dolphins defense started with Christian Wilkins (2 starts) and Avery Moss (1) working as the defensive ends, while Davon Godchaux (2) was inside at nose tackle. Sam Eguavoen (2), Raekwon...
Sep 18, 2019
Patriots at Dolphins: Miami offensive snap counts from Week 2

Patriots at Dolphins: Miami offensive snap counts from Week 2

Photo by Doug Murray/Icon Sportswire via A little behind the scenes for the site - I was off from work on Monday as I traveled back from a trip to San Diego. Because of that, I have been off on what day it is the last few days. That has led to things like forgetting to update the snap counts for Week 2 until just now. We now fix that with a Wednesday edition of our snap counts. The Dolphins lost to the New England Patriots 43-0 on Sunday, the second straight week in which Miami was simply blown off the field. The Dolphins want to position themselves for a strong rebuild in 2020, and...
Sep 17, 2019
2019 NFL Power Rankings Week 3

2019 NFL Power Rankings Week 3

Photo by Mark Brown/ Week 2 of the NFL season saw our The Phinsider NFL Power Rankings top-ranked team face-off against the last-ranked team, and the results were about what you would have expected. The New England Patriots, taking the top spot last week for the first time, beat the Miami Dolphins 43-0. That probably guarantees both of those teams will remain in place as we move to our Week 3 Power Rankings. This year, we are doing the power rankings a little differently than how we have done them in previous years. Rather than just one person ranking each team, we are now conducting a...
Sep 16, 2019
The Phinsider straight-up winners picks for Week 2

The Phinsider straight-up winners picks for Week 2

Photo by Jason Miller/ We have one game remaining for the NFL’s Week 2 slate of games, so now seems like a great time to update our The Phinsider Picks Pool. Basically, I completely forgot to make this article, so while we all made our picks, they never got published. Now, you can see who we picked for this week, as well as how poorly I picked in Week 1. Kathleen has the lead at 12-3-1 on the year, while Justin and James were both 11-4-1, and I was 9-6-1. Ill catch up this week - right? Maybe. This week, all four of us agreed on most of the games. Guess I am not catching up. Feel free...
Sep 16, 2019
Dolphins open as 15 point underdogs to Cowboys; Now 21-point spread

Dolphins open as 15 point underdogs to Cowboys; Now 21-point spread

Photo by Eric Espada/ The Miami Dolphins were 19-point home underdogs to the New England Patriots on Sunday, then proceeded to lose the game 43-0. Next week, the South Florida franchise heads out of Hard Rock Stadium for the first time in 2019, and the oddsmakers are moving their line even more for this week. Opening at 15.5 points, the Dolphins are going to be huge underdogs when they kickoff against the Dallas Cowboys next Sunday. That line did not stay at 15.5 for long, already jumping up to 21 points. Miami is a three-touchdown underdog to the Cowboys, and that number could continue...
Sep 15, 2019
Patriots at Dolphins: Previewing Antonio Brown’s use, New England weakness, and Rob Gronkowki’s future

Patriots at Dolphins: Previewing Antonio Brown’s use, New England weakness, and Rob Gronkowki’s future

Photo by Michael Reaves/ The Miami Dolphins look to put their 59-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens behind them on Sunday when they get back on the field for their Week 2 contest. It is not an easier opponent they welcome into Hard Rock Stadium, however, as the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots come to South Florida. The first of two meetings between the division rivals, Miami is one of the biggest home underdogs in league history. This game has the potential to get away from the Dolphins quickly. But, weird things always happen to the Patriots in Miami, and the Dolphins...
Sep 15, 2019
Dolphins players to watch versus Patriots

Dolphins players to watch versus Patriots

Photo by Mark Brown/ The Miami Dolphins host the New England Patriots this afternoon the first of two meetings between to the AFC East rivals. The two teams are coming off opposite experiences from their Week 1 season openers, with the Patriots dispatching the Pittsburgh Steelers with realative ease while Miami was dismantled by the Baltimore Ravens. Now, facing one of the biggest point spreads in league history, Miami will look to upset the defending Super Bowl champions. There are a lot of areas/players who need to perform for the Dolphins this afternoon if they are going to have a...
Sep 14, 2019
Fan confidence plummets after Dolphins loss to Ravens

Fan confidence plummets after Dolphins loss to Ravens

Photo by Michael Reaves/ The Miami Dolphins are preparing for their Week 2 contest against the New England Patriots on Sunday, a game they hope will be more competitive than their last time getting on the field. In their Week 1 contest against the Baltimore Ravens, the game was over practically as soon as the Ravens broke a 49-yard run on the opening play of the game. Miami never slowed Baltimore, and the 59-10 final score seems closer than the game ever felt. That kind of beatdown typically reflects in the fanbase’s confidence in the team, and it definitely did for the Dolphins this...
Sep 13, 2019
Reshad Jones, Albert Wilson ruled out vs. Patriots; Davenport to IR

Reshad Jones, Albert Wilson ruled out vs. Patriots; Davenport to IR

Photo by Michael Reaves/ The Miami Dolphins have ruled safety Reshad Jones and wide receiver Albert Wilson out of Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots. Jones, the team’s starting strong safety, is dealing with an ankle injury. Wilson, who did not start last week but caught two passes for 13 yards on four targets, has calf and hip issues. Neither player partcipated in any practices during the week. Also on Miami’s injury report Friday, the team’s questionable list included defensive end Charles Harris, who was a full participant in practice all week despite a wrist...
Sep 13, 2019
Patriots at Dolphins Week 2: How to stream, where to watch, weather update, injuries, more

Patriots at Dolphins Week 2: How to stream, where to watch, weather update, injuries, more

Photo by Michael Reaves/ The 2019 season did not start well for the Miami Dolphins, who were dismantled by the Baltimore Ravens last Sunday. Now, the Dolphins look to right themselves against their AFC East rivals and defending Super Bowl champions, the New England Patriots. Drama has started in Miami after just one week. Will it carry over to the field against the Patriots? Miami is planning to start quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick again, hoping the offensive line will be able to slow New England’s pass rush to at least allow the quarterback a chance to complete his drop before he is...
Sep 13, 2019
Patriots at Dolphins Week 2: How to stream, where to watch, weather update, injuries, move

Patriots at Dolphins Week 2: How to stream, where to watch, weather update, injuries, move

Photo by Michael Reaves/ The 2019 season did not start well for the Miami Dolphins, who were dismantled by the Baltimore Ravens last Sunday. Now, the Dolphins look to right themselves against their AFC East rivals and defending Super Bowl champions, the New England Patriots. Drama has started in Miami after just one week. Will it carry over to the field against the Patriots? Miami is planning to start quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick again, hoping the offensive line will be able to slow New England’s pass rush to at least allow the quarterback a chance to complete his drop before he is...
Sep 12, 2019
Pro Football Hall of Fame announces 122 nominees for 2020; Zach Thomas, Richmond Webb, Reggie Roby headline Dolphins options

Pro Football Hall of Fame announces 122 nominees for 2020; Zach Thomas, Richmond Webb, Reggie Roby headline Dolphins options

The Pro Football Hall of Fame announced Thursday the 122 modern-era nominess they have for their 2020 induction class. This massive list will be paried down to 25 semi-finalists in November, then 15 finalists in January before five are elected to the Hall of Fame on February 1, 2020. Induction will he held August 6-9, 2020 in Canton, Ohio. The 2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame class will include 20 members as the Hall of Fame Board has suspended their annual limit for the NFL’s 100th season. However, that increase from the typical limit around seven members will only include the five modern...

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