Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Miami Dolphins Win By 3

The Miami Dolphins came out ahead of the Carolina Panthers with a 27-24 victory. The Dolphins are looking good for the first time in awhile. The next week is their bye week, so that will get them rested for their next game against Buffalo Bills in Buffalo. The Dolphins will not be at home for three weeks, but then they’ve got to come home and face the Kansas City Chiefs. This is going to be a long three weeks for the Miami Dolphins, but at least they have a chance to make some Ws on the road this year.

Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Miami Dolphins Win Their Opener

Miami Dolphins winning over the Denver Broncos 34-10, the Dolphins rushing 33 times and having 151 total rushing yards makes it seem that the Miami Dolphins were just pounding the ball. You have to feel bad for the Denver Broncos losing 2 players to injuries, of which Champ Bailey might be out for the season with a shoulder injury. The Miami Dolphins look better this year than seasons in the past, giving them a hope for the wild card! Gus Frerotte having 275 passing yards leaving him fifth for the opener. Opening day is the most important game to win--the first game the teams play usually determines your season, and if it does, the Miami Dolphins are looking great. Their next game is against the New York Jets at the Meadowlands--with the Jets coming off a loss, they will be ready to play.

Thursday, September 01, 2005

Dolphins Looking Good

The Miami Dolphins winning against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17-14 should give the Dolphins a chance to hang their head up high. Especially since this Thursday they are playing the Atlanta Falcons and the exciting Michael Vick. I really think that the Atlanta Falcons will give the Miami Dolphin’s defense a good exercise by doing a lot of running and chasing. This game will be at the Dolphins Stadium, and then the Dolphins will start their season at home on the 11th of September against the Denver Broncos. The best part of the Miami Dolphins schedule is that the home games should be loaded with excitement. Ricky Williams starting at HB will give them a chance at throwing the ball when Ricky Williams starts getting those long runs for first downs.

Question for thought--Who do you think will be the next running back to pass up all Emmitt Smith’s records?