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  1. The Miami Dolphins will host the New England Patriots tonight on Monday Night Football and their playoff hopes hinge on beating the best team in the AFC. Miami is still mathematically alive and by now many of you have already skipped to the comment section to tell me that there is no way Miami makes […] Dolphins playoff hopes hinge on MNF victory - Phin Phanatic - Phin Phanatic - A Miami Dolphins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
  2. When it comes to the NFL Pro-Bowl getting in no longer seems to carry the weight it once did. With voting open for a couple of weeks now, the Miami Dolphins don’t have a lot of players worthy of the nomination. There was a time when the Pro-Bowl carried more weight with a nomination or […] Miami Dolphins have only a few players worthy of Pro-Bowl - Phin Phanatic - Phin Phanatic - A Miami Dolphins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
  3. When the Miami Dolphins host the Patriots tonight on Monday Night Football, it will take an entire team effort to pull off the upset. Five players however need to have huge games. The Dolphins have not played well in primetime games this season and tonight is not shaping up like a change to this seasons […] Five Dolphins players who could help team win tonight - Phin Phanatic - Phin Phanatic - A Miami Dolphins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
  4. (Photo by Allen Eyestone, graphic by Adam Hirshfield/The Post) DAVIE—Cody Parkey demands that you stop what you’re doing immediately and vote for him to make the Pro Bowl. Right now. “Well, let’s see,” he said. “If you think I’ve done a good job this year, vote for me.” Maybe demands was too strong of a word. Anyway, the mild-mannered kicker from Jupiter has had a good year. He’s 13 for 14 on field goals, and it’s not his fault he doesn’t get more attempts. He has no control over that. The Dolphins are first in the NFL in opponent starting field position after kickoffs, and he’s believed to be the only kicker in the league to make good on two onsides kicks this year. Back in his Dolphins debut, he walked calmly out to the middle of the field with one minute left and his team down two points and nailed a 54-yard field goal like it was nothing. The legend of The Jupiter Juggernaut was born that afternoon in Los Angeles, and now it’s time for his triumphant return to the Pro Bowl. But he’ll have to beat out New
  5. The Miami Dolphins are preparing to play the New England Patriots on Monday night in Week 14. And if, during that game, Ndamukong Suh sees an unhappy Tom Brady, then the Dolphins’ defensive lineman will know that he did his job.“I’d love to make him mad,” Suh said on Thursday, per Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk. “My job is to piss him off and have him yelling at his offensive linemen for not blocking me, his coach and everybody on the sideline. That’s my job.”Brady was doing just that during Week 13’s game against the Buffalo Bills.When Miami and New England played in Week 12, Suh and the rest of the Dolphins did a good job disrupting the Patriots’ quarterback. He was hit eight times (including once by Suh) and sacked once. But Brady still threw four touchdowns, only one interception, and helped lead New England to a 35-17 win.