The Miami Dolphins lost to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday 24-21 in overtime. It was the second straight overtime loss for Miami, despite playing well in both games. One of the highlights of the game was the fourth quarter touchdown pass from Ryan Tannehill to Brian Hartline.
The Miami Dolphins lost in overtime for the second straight week, this time to the Arizona Cardinals. This despite setting two franchise records on the day; rookie Ryan Tannehill's rookie single game passing yardage mark of 431 and Brian Hartline's 253 receiving yards, most in a single game. It's going to be tough to get over this one.
The Miami Dolphins dominated the Arizona Cardinals much of the day, but in the end, gave up too much late in the game and have now lost their second straight overtime game, falling to 1-3. The Cardinals remain undefeated, moving to 4-0 with the win.
The Miami Dolphins are looking to end the Arizona Cardinals perfect season chances, while simultaneously pulling themselves back to .500. While the focus all week has been on the Dolphins receivers against Patrick Peterson and the Cardinals secondary, the key to victory for the Dolphins will actually be the running game.
It's time for our weekly predictions post heading into this afternoon's Miami Dolphins game. Of course, on the Phinsider, we don't just predict a winner, but we try to get a little more specific than that. Check out this week's set of predictions.
With the amount of player and coaching movements throughout the NFL, teams are connected more than ever. From former college teammates to players having played with opposing teams, and coaches branching out of coaching trees, there are always interesting connections between opponents. This week, we look at the connections between the Miami Dolphins and the Arizona Cardinals.
Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Richie Incognito has been labeled as a dirty player for most of his career. Earlier this season, he was accused of trying to break a player's ankles during the Week 1 Houston Texans game. Now, Arizona Cardinals defensive lineman Nick Eason jumps on the bandwagon.
The Miami Dolphins face off against the Arizona Cardinals tomorrow, as both teams try to deal with various injuries. Players like running back Reggie Bush, defensive end Darnell Dockett, and tight end Todd Heap all litter the injury report for the two teams.