Dolphins head to Heinz Field to take on the Steelers

Tannehill Returns to Practice

Ryan Tannehill returned to limited practice this week just in time for the playoffs.  While he will not play in the Wild Card round against the Pittsburgh Steelers this weekend, it could open the door for him to return for the divisional round of the playoffs if the Dolphins can take care of the Steelers once again.  Miami began their amazing 9-1 run against these very Steelers and the team is very confident they will be moving on with Matt Moore under Center.

Tickets for the game are still selling at a brisk pace and the home field Steelers have a great advantage in the weather.  It has been balmy in Florida all week while Pittsburgh is freezing.  The Dolphins have gone so far as to freeze footballs for Kicker Andrew Franks.

“They definitely become hard in the colder weather,” Special Teams Coordinator Darren Rizzi said. “But there’s only so much you can do in this kind of weather to practice. We actually put balls in the freezer, believe it or not. But you bring them out and five minutes later they’ve thawed out.”

The game kicks off at Sunday at Noon.  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so grab yours today!


Dolphins won’t play some veterans

Williams, Wake and Suh not expected to play

The entire Miami Dolphins team traveled to New York City but don’t expect to see many established veterans taking the field tonight.

The team will unveil their new offense under new Head Coach Adam Gase whom QB Ryan Tannehill seems to like the best so far.

“I think Adam [has] completely enabled me,” Tannehill said. “I think Idolphins 2 have the credibility now to pretty much demand excellence out of these guys. That’s what I’m trying to do.”

The Dolphins will face the Dallas Cowboys in AT&T Stadium next week before returning home to face the Atlanta Falcons on the 25th of August.  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to grab yours today and help cheer on your Miami Dolphins!

Fins hope to end 3-game skid

It has been over a month since the Miami Dolphins entered their locker room after a game as winners.  The team record stands at 3-3 and now they must face the Tom Brady led New England Patriots who are coming off a loss to the New York Jets, will be looking to right that ship.

The Dolphins hope to protect QB Ryan Tannehill better this weekend. Tannehill has been sacked 26 times and has turned the ball over 11 to 9 touchdowns. Most recently, Sunday’s loss where he threw into double coverage.

“I shouldn’t have been going there with the ball to begin with, and I realized that in my throwing motion,” Tannehill explained Wednesday. “I tried to squeeze it to pull it back down. It fluttered and went straight to him. It was the ultimate bad play.”

The Patriots are coming off a heartbreaking loss to the New York Jets and fans should expect a shootout this week.

Great seats and tickets are still available!