The New York Jets were eliminated from playoff contention Sunday as they were defeated by the Miami Dolphins, 19-17. Mark Sanchez threw three interceptions in the loss.
The Miami Dolphins wide receiver told New York reporters on a conference call that the Jets’ Pro Bowl cornerback receives preferential treatment from officials.
A full deck? Really? Well, not quite, but it’s close enough.
Brandon Marshall? No biggie. With the winless Dolphins coming to town, cornerback Corey Webster knew his assignment before the Giants even discussed their gameplan.
We know Mike loves tweaking the Jets and their fans, which has helped create the friction between the franchise and Francesa. He is, after all, an entertainer. And, no matter your take on his interview with Darrelle Revis, you can’t say you weren’t entertained.
Mark Sanchez was all smiles in front of his locker for the first time in weeks, knowing exactly what this win meant for the Jets.
Four years removed from the worst season in franchise history, the Miami Dolphins are trying to ignore the whispers that another 1-15 record is in the making.
Antonio Cromartie says Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall should be more focused on winning a game than getting into a fight with him.
There was a disturbing story over the weekend about Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall being hospitalized after his wife stabbed him in the stomach. Craig offered some advice to Marshall and all youngsters out there who might be lookin’ for love…
The Buffalo Bills remain on the rise, while the Miami Dolphins are headed nowhere fast. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw two touchdown passes Sunday for the resurgent Bills, who won 17-14 to eliminate Miami from the AFC playoff race.
The roof collapsed on the Giants, and it landed on the Jets. If the Jets got a mulligan for the mauling in New England, they’ve lost all the latitude that their fans have given them after a sizzling 9-2 start.
Going into Sunday’s game against the New York Jets, Miami ranks last in the AFC is scoring, and a so-so ground game is part of the problem.
Miami Dolphins receiver Brian Hartline is absent as the team begins preparations for Sunday’s game against the New York Jets.
Brandon Marshall and Chad Pennington stood next to one another on the sideline during the third quarter, wearing T-shirts and caps, grim looks on their faces.
Chicago’s swarming defense allowed only 187 yards and a single third-down conversion Thursday, and the Bears won 16-0 to send the Miami Dolphins to their second home shutout in 40 years.