The history of the NFL simply cannot be told without mentioning Donald Francis Shula. The winningest coach in NFL history passed away on Monday at the age of 90.
Perfection paid off in the long run for the 1972 Miami Dolphins on Friday night during the NFL Network’s Top 100 Teams countdown.
Monday marked the official introductory press conference of Jay Cutler as a Miami Dolphin. In all likelihood, Cutler assume the starting quarterback role for the Dolphins that was previously occupied by the now-injured Ryan Tannehill.
I’m guessing somewhere in the deepest, darkest recesses of Don Shula’s soul, he enjoys a burning hatred of New England Patriots Football that goes beyond Bill Belichick.
The Minnesota Vikings dropped their first game of the season in Philadelphia on Sunday in a brutal 21-10 affair. A bye week didn’t seem to help the Vikings. Instead, Sam Bradford and company came out quite rusty. He was sacked six times and threw an interception in the […]
Miko Grimes, the wife of Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Brent Grimes, is back again to torment folks on social media. This time though, the attack displayed some antisemitic venom.
Lauren Tannehill, the wife of Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill, left behind her husband’s AR-15 rifle in a rental car last month. After returning a rental car, Mrs. Tannehill inadvertently left behind a $2,000 AR-15 rifle, which was discovered by Judith Fleissig, a 58-year-old native of Rochester, NY.
President Barack Obama is fond of honoring championship teams and will now dip back into the Richard Nixon regime by saluting the undefeated 1972 Miami Dolphins on August 20. When we last heard from the ’72 Dolphins on a significant platform, they were moonwalking on the football tombstone […]
Dan Carpenter’s last-second field goal gave the Dolphins a 24-21 win over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday but not without some controversy. During the third quarter of Miami’s win at Pro Player Park Pro Player Stadium Dolphin Stadium Dolphins Stadium Land Shark Stadium Sun Life Stadium, the stadium’s sprinkler system went off.
If I had to create a shortlist of NFL things I dislike, the 1972 Miami Dolphins are easily in the top 5. As stated before on this blog, the unbeaten 1972 Miami Dolphins should stay in the background and not gleefully celebrate when teams don’t finish the season […]