The Dolphins and Vikings will face off today as both teams are vying for the postseason. The Dolphins looked like they were out of it with seven seconds left in the game last week. But as we know, the Miami Miracle happened and the Dolphins are looking to carry all that momentum over to this game. The Vikings on the other hand have been struggling the past couple of weeks after losses to the Patriots and Seahawks. Both of those games were on the road but they will be on their home turf today.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Miami Dolphins: 5 players to watch vs. Vikings (Week 15) - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FL
The Dolphins travel to Minneapolis to face the Vikings in a game that will help determine Miami’s potential playoff future. Here are five players to keep an eye on Sunday: DB Minkah FitzpatrickMiami’s first-round draft pick has looked so polished most of the season it’s easy to forget he’s a rookie. But he didn’t have his best game against Julian Edelman and the Patriots last weekend. We haven’t seen Fitzpatrick have two tough games in a row, so
Dolphins at Vikings
Miami Dolphins at Minnesota Vikings Week 15 Injury Report: Xavien Howard Doubtful - The Phinsider
Miami’s star cornerback is set to miss another week of action.
Dolphins Offensive Line
When they go high, they go down vs. Miami Dolphins' pulling tackle Ja'Wuan James - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FL
DAVIE — Crunch time for the Dolphins didn’t just happen on the last play against the Patriots. One play before Brandon Bolden scored his second touchdown against his former team, there was crunch time of a different sort, courtesy of right tackle Ja’Wuan James.It was a second-and-10 play from the New England 17 when Ryan Tannehill took the snap and James and guard Jesse Davis made a beeline around left end — essential since they had to arrive before ballcarrier
Dolphins 2018 Season
Devoid of divas and drama queens, Miami Dolphins believe they can make playoffs
DAVIE — Darren Rizzi is the associate head coach of the Miami Dolphins and he's been with the organization since 2009 and he's seen a lot.He's seen a lot of coaches, a lot of players, and yes, too many losses and not enough playoff wins.Surely Rizzi has never seen anything like the Miami Miracle. Few of us have. But Rizzi is an unfailingly candid guy.And so here are the Dolphins, 7-6, somehow still alive in the AFC playoff picture, likely needing another upset win Sunday at Minnesota to
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Miami Dolphins News 12/15/18: Previewing Sunday’s Game Against The Vikings - The Phinsider
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