As the Dolphins prepare for summer (namely, waiting until June 1 when we get $17 million to spend on free agents), off-season conditioning workouts have begun. All reports indicate that last year’s injured starters all showed up.  This includes Tony Lippett, Ryan Tannehill, Raekwon McMillan, and more. The NFL season is long, and guys get injured every single week, from the opening of camp to the end of the Super Bowl.   Last year, we got hit exceptionally hard.   This year, let’s keep our fingers crossed… In other news, our pal Richie Incognito is now under lockup after allegedly throwing a barbell at a guy inRead More →

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Each year I  analyze the way the NFL schedules games. Now that we’ve had a month since the schedule’s release, it’s time to take a look at how it affects the Dolphins. First of all, let’s look at some of the annual, repeated unfair advantages that some teams have.   For example, we all know that Detroit and Dallas will get home games on Thanksgiving. You may not think it’s a big deal, but it is. Those teams are able to plan their logistics well in advance of other teams. They know it’s a short week to begin with, and having a home game during theRead More →

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I guess we need someone to play in those meaningless preseason games…Read More →

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I’m not going to comment too much here, because I’m far more curious about what you our readers and other Dolphans have to say. My overall grade of this draft is a D.  It’s not an F, because some of these guys are fantastic.  But it’s also not an A, B, or even C because of the baffling positions they chose to fill. I’m excited to hear rave reviews for Minkah Fitzpatrick and Kalen Ballage.   I’m amused to hear that our new tight ends each can only do one thing.  I’m puzzled why we drafted an unneeded DB and a kicker who only makes 60% of his fieldRead More →

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