Quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bruce Arians celebrating after NFC Championship win on Jan. 24, 2021. Courtesy: Stacy Revere – Getty Images The stage is set for what is likely to be the most-watched television broadcast of 2021—Super Bowl LV. While this year has certainly brought its fair share of challenges and obstacles, one
Courtesy: Shutterstock/ By exposed photoworks After starting off the season 1-3 in the first four games of the 2020 NFL season, all signs were pointing to another “tanking” season for head coach Brian Flores and his Dolphins. Those thoughts were immediately squashed after a blistering 5-game win streak catapulted a previously lifeless team to potential playoff-hopeful
Courtesy: Image by jorono from Pixabay “We’ve got to do a better job of keeping our poise. That starts with me. I’ve got to do a better job of keeping my poise,” said Dolphins head coach Brian Flores, via the team’s official post-game transcript. “But, look, I’m going to stick up for my players. They’re
Courtesy: Shutterstock – Photo by Smith Sights The Miami Dolphins improved to a 5-3 record Sunday evening after defeating the Arizona Cardinals 34-31 in an offensive shootout at State Farm Stadium. Coming into the game, the odds were completely tilted in the Cardinals’ favor. Pundits across the league had the Dolphins losing in practically every
Courtesy: Image by jorono from Pixabay Miami Dolphins rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa can now sleep peacefully after grabbing his first career NFL win in his first start. The first-round pick kicked off his debut with an uneventful first drive, allowing a strip-sack to arguably the league’s best defensive player in Aaron Donald on his second
Courtesy: Shutterstock/ By exposed photoworks It’s Tua Time. Miami “Dolfans” have something to get excited about again. On Tuesday, Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores named Tua Tagovailoa, the 2020 5th overall pick, as the new starting quarterback in South Florida. The move came as a surprise to everyone and, as a result, came with a
Aerial view, drone photography of Hard Rock Stadium of the Miami Dolphins on November 29, 2019 in Miami Gardens, Florida, USA. Photo and Caption: By YES Market Media/Shutterstock.com On Monday, August 24, life in South Florida started getting back to normal, slowly but surely. The Miami Dolphins and the Miami Hurricanes announced they will allow
Aerial view of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Photo and Caption: felixtm/Depositphotos.com Governor DeSantis said on May 13 that the University of Florida (UF) could allow NFL teams to use Florida Field, better known as the Swamp if they need venues to play football in the fall. The Florida
The NFL landscape has changed dramatically, especially at the quarterback position in recent years.
Are other winless teams looking to steal a page out of the Miami Dolphins book?