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The Splash Zone 7/20/18: Dolphins Look To Exceed Expectations

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Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.

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The national media is making the Miami Dolphins sound like the second coming of the Cleveland Browns. “They lost Jarvis Landry and Ndamukong Suh, no way they win 3 games!” Mostly everyone believes the Dolphins are not going to win a lot of games this year or in the foreseeable future. This team heading into the season has way more talent then the 2016 that made it to the playoffs. I just don’t see this team being as bad as everyone is making them out to be.

You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.

Watch Miami Dolphins exceed brutally low expectations in 2018 | Miami Herald
The Dolphins have been brutalized by national NFL media estimations (and public perception) as the season nears, with one new ranking putting Miami last at No. 32 in projected success over the next three seasons.


Dolphins Quarterbacks

Jason Taylor, Sam Madison bullish on Dolphins’ chances with Ryan Tannehill at QB | The Daily Dolphin
WELLINGTON – Make sure not to count former Dolphins cornerback Sam Madison among those who think the Miami Dolphins would be wise to part ways with quarterback Ryan Tannehill.


Dolphins Wide Receivers

Danny Amendola: Gase is one of the guys, Belichick is like a principal – ProFootballTalk
Danny Amendola left the Patriots for the Dolphins in free agency this offseason, and he's already feeling the difference in coaching styles. Amendola said on the Comeback Szn podcast that playing for Dolphins coach Adam Gase is like playing for a friend, while playing for Patriots coach Bill Beli...


Dolphins Offseason

AC In The AM: The Wait Is Just About Over
The long, very hot, offseason is about to officially come to an end. The Dolphins will return to the practice field next Thursday, intent on continuing a growth process that began during the workouts of spring.

Miami Dolphins: What they’re now worth is eye-opening | The Daily Dolphin
The Miami Dolphins are the 25th-most valuable sports franchise in the world, according to Forbes. The Dolphins are worth $2.575 billion, which outranks some other notable franchises such as the Green Bay Packers (2.55), Boston Celtics (2.5), Manchester City (2.474), Arsenal (2.


Phinsider News You May Have Missed

2018 Miami Dolphins roster breakdown: Francis Owusu - The Phinsider
The 90-in-90 series picks up a second post today as we look to make up for some of the days we missed over the first part of the series. This series of articles takes a look at the Miami Dolphins’...

Saying goodbye to last season and looking towards 2018. - The Phinsider
Training camp is here, which means football has returned. Let’s take a second to let out a collective sigh of relief. It’s a new season. We have a clean slate. It’s important to remind myself of...

90-in-90 Miami Dolphins roster breakdown: Bryce Petty - The Phinsider
The Phinsider’s annual 90-in-90 series is back today with another in-depth look at the players who are currently vying to make the Miami Dolphins’ 53-man roster. This series of articles takes a...

The Splash Zone 7/19/18: Miami Dolphins Think Kiko Alonso Can Play Better - The Phinsider
Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.