Ask any Dolfan this question  about the 2018 Super Bowl LII: Would you prefer to see the Dolphins play in 2018 Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis, or would you rather see the Patriots play Super Bowl  LII in Miami? The answer is obvious:  Dolfans do not care where the game is played.   We do care about ourRead More →

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There are several factors to consider when grading the Dolphins recent draft. The “experts” have given us a grade of a B or B- in most estimates. Dolphins fans in some surveys gave us a C. We at Dolphins Truth feel that a B is a fair grade. Let’s take a brief look at each player: Ja’Wuan James in the first round is a good, safe pick. We need linemen, Desperately. Some fans yelled and whined that we could have traded down and drafted James later. Perhaps. Maybe. Or another team might have grabbed James, leaving us withRead More →

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All things considered, the Dolphins made a great choice in picking lineman Ja’Wuan James. There were two prevailing theories out there, both incorrect, about what the Dolphins should have done when their turn fell at #19. One incorrect notion is that we should have traded down. “They” say James would still be available later in the draft, and we could have gotten another pick for our 19. James MIGHT have been available later, but there would be no guarantee. We desperately need O-linemen because Jonathan Martin ran away and because the Dolphins kicked Richie Incognito off the team forRead More →

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One of the most unsung heroes in the history of sports has passed away.  Earl Morrall, who stepped in at QB in 1972 and won the majority of the games in the Dolphins’ perfect season, has passed away. Morrall seems to never get his due, but his accomplishments in 1972 are staggeringly underrated, not to mention that he was the NFL MVP in 1968. When the Patriots went 18-1 a few years ago, imagine how bad they would have been if Tom Brady broke his ankle early in the season. When Michael Jordan left the Chicago Bulls, how many championships did they win with Michael’sRead More →

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In the 1970s and 80s, it used to matter if your team got scheduled to play in a prime time game.  But with the advent of cable tv, it’s not so important any more.  For example, NBC now has the right to choose whatever game it wishes for its Sunday Night slot. So if you see that the Dolphins are scheduled to play on SNF in late December, take it with aRead More →

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The Dolphins added a another key piece to the offensive line today by signing former Detroit Lion Jason Fox to a one-year deal.  Fox can be a bruiser and a great blocker, but he’s had some injury issues. Still, despite the injuries, Fox is a great addition. Last we checked, he never quit the team because his friends teased him, so that makes him instantly better than a certain offensive tackle we had on the roster last year at this time…Read More →

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Knowshon Moreno is a Dolphin. Dolphins Truth is confirming earlier reports from ESPN and other sources. We feel this is a good signing. While Moreno, Daniel Thomas, Lamar Miller and everyone else on the roster combined are still not as good as Reggie Bush and theRead More →

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Each time we are close to ending and moving on from the “bullying” fiasco that enveloped much of the Dolphins’ 2013 season, a new wrinkle appears.  This time, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is apparently ordering–yes, ordering–three grown men to undergo psychiatric evaluations. There is so much wrong with that; we don’t even know where to begin. The men in question areRead More →

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We saw an interesting TV special recently on stalking and how dangerous and frightening it is for a victim to be followed around and threatened by creepy obsessives who just don’t get it when they are told “no.” How does this relate to the Dolphins? Well, the victim on this show wasRead More →

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Denver running back Knowshon Moreno is rumored to be coming to Miami for a talk with the Dolphins.  Last year, he ran for over a thousand yard in a pass-happy offense, so we know he makes the most of his opportunities.  That’s aRead More →

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In a great move, the Dolphins re-signed DT Randy Starks to a two-year deal. We were initially worried after the team let Paul Solai walk, but Dolphins management saved at least one of our two key defensive tackles.  Losing BOTH Starks and Solai would haveRead More →

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The Miami Herald is reporting that the Dolphins are top contenders to sign KC left tackle Branden Albert.  Let’s hope this is so. Last year around this time, we also had a chance to get Albert, but the Dolphins management decided that Jonathan Martin was a better and more loyal option at LT.   That was perhaps the worst misjudgment in sports history, but we have a chance to make up for it now. Dolphins Truth optimistically looks forward to the beginning of free agency tomorrow.  Stay tuned for our reports.Read More →

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To make matters clear, none of our writers here at Dolphins Truth have ever said  that Richie Incognito is 100% innocent. He used vile language that is not appropriate.  However,  Jonathan Martin used the same identical language. Martin sent death threats to Richie. Martin spoke of using drugs and prostitutes and drunkenness.  When Martin talks about those things, Ted Wells says Martin was just goofing around.  But when Richie talks about those things, he is an abusive bully.  Is that objective? Is that fair? Ted Wells refuses to acknowledge this. Stephen Ross refuses to discuss it. Joe Philbin refuses to mention it. Dolphins Truth DOESRead More →

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Let’s hope it’s the start of something great. It’s definitely the start of something smart. The Dolphins re-signed Pro Bowl cornerback Brent Grimes, ending the speculation that Grimes would get the franchise tag or that he’d become a free agent. This is huge, positive news forRead More →

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As we often mention here at Dolphins Truth, owner Stephen Ross does too many things unrelated to helping the Miami Dolphins win.  Mr. Ross is extremely active, but he is not productive.  What does that mean? The latest example is the anti-bullying legislation/task force that Mr. Ross initiated with some law professors and NY University.  In a recent conference call, Mr. Ross explained his involvement. After listening to the entire call, it is (once again) very apparent that this endeavor will not help the Miami Dolphins whatsoever.  And should THAT be Mr. Ross’s prime concern. Here are a few of the highlights of Mr. Ross’sRead More →

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One of these players is a Pro-Bowler with the support of 100% of his teammates, and he was suspended by team management. The other turned his back and walked out on the team. Which one should owner Stephen Ross apologize to?Read More →

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Another off-season is upon us, and this is usually the time when Stephen Ross does his worst damage.  This year is no exception.  Mr. Ross is already starting. Last year at this time, the Dolphin players, and fans, and we at Dolphins Truth begged Mr. Ross toRead More →

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