The Dolphin Report

By Ron Poltorack

Post archive for ‘2005’

DIS-GUS-TED

In a week when A.J. Feeley was traded, Gus Frerotte made Dolfans wish that he, too, was thrown in on the trade. But then, why would San Diego want him? I hate to diss Gus, but how can you be anything but disgusted with his latest in a string of poor performances. His completion percentage [...]

THE ROAD TO NOWHERE

When the Dolphins go on the road this season, it’s the road to nowhere. In three road games this season the Dolphins have three losses. Sunday marked the much-anticipated return of Ricky Williams. However, Ricky did little to help the Dolphins’ cause gaining a mere 8 yards on 5 carries and adding 22 yards on [...]

THE ROAD IS ROCKY FOR THE DOLPHINS

The bye helped the Dolphins back into first place last week. It’s a shame this week wasn’t another bye, although Sunday’s first half could easily have been mistaken for one. The three most important things in losing football games are: mistakes, mistakes, mistakes. The Dolphins not only turned the ball over three times in the [...]

HOME SWEET HOME

Three weeks into the NFL season and the up-and-down Dolphins have certainly proven they can win at home. Thus far they have sandwiched two nice home wins around an ugly loss on the road. It’s probably time for the bandwagon fans to start talking playoffs! Of course, talk of the playoffs would be about as [...]

THE MORE THINGS CHANGE . . .

What do they say, the more things change, the more things stay the same. On this week two of the new season the Dolphin offense looked like it reverted to the same Dolphin offense of last year. Could it be that even having Jay Fiedler on the opposing sideline is enough to paralyze the Dolphins’ [...]

A NEW REGIME JUST IN THE NICK OF TIME

This week local sports writers made their obligatory pre-season predictions and all of them predicted an under .500 season. I was no different, writing that only the Dolphins’ defense could stand in the way of this team getting one of the top picks in the 2006 NFL draft. These predictions made sense considering not only [...]

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