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Miami Dolphins are still alive when it comes to post season talk. Only an idiot would expect the New England Patriots to lose the AFC East without Tom Brady suffering some season-ending injury (uncross your fingers...Brady barely ever gets touched).
QB didn't like what he saw over the middle to WR Reggie Wayne, so he just unloaded wide of TE Dwayne Allen...Luck atones with a strong throw toward the Colts sideline to rookie WR...TE Dwayne Allen is wide open on second-and-11 pass, but Luck has to
That's what separated the Dolphins from a biting loss Thursday night. That's how far Ryan Tannehill had to drive his team to become a hero. The Dolphins quarterback had to move his team for a touchdown with four minutes to play that would have turned
Buffalo Bills game at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, N.Y. Bills 7, Dolphins 0 Scoring play: Bills' CB Leodis McKelvin runs a Brandon Fields ' punt back 79 yards to give Buffalo the lead with 1:30 into the first quarter. Gaffney, McDaniel
McCary, the current Miss Buffalo, fired back. "These people who write disparaging remarks about Buffalo obviously haven't spent enough time here to pass judgment," she told Yahoo Sports . "Buffalo was once one of the most prosperous cities on the
52 am Jason and Justin Sablich will provide fantasy football advice and analysis throughout the season on this blog and on Twitter @5thDownFantasy. It's not entirely clear how the Miami Dolphins will use their running backs on Thursday night.
Look no further than the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins to prove that thesis. The longtime AFC East rivals are both coming off setbacks as they get ready for an important matchup in Western New York which will kick off Week 11 of the NFL season.
Story Denver Broncos defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson (99) celebrates after tackling Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (not pictured) during an NFL football game in Charlotte, North Carolina November 11, 2012. Photos Minnesota Vikings running
The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Nov. 12 2012, 8:33 PM EST Last updated Monday, Nov. 12 2012, 8:33 PM EST It's in a strategic position just above his desk one of the first things Montreal Alouettes coach Marc Trestman sees when he looks up from
Easley knew he was going to warm up Sunday, but as far as being dressed and activated for his long-awaited first NFL game, that news did not arrive until a few hours before kickoff...All afternoon he watched on the sidelines, helmet on, dressed in No.