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  1. Miami Dolphins receiver Kenny Stills taught a lesson in persistence on Sunday. It appeared as though a pass intended for him would fall to the ground, but he stayed with it, hauling in a circus catch. The play was originally ruled incomplete. But upon further review, the catch was awarded.One play later, Jay Cutler found Jarvis Landry, who made a more conventional catch for a touchdown. The ensuing extra point tied the game at 7-7.
  2. Hard Rock Stadium could use a football game without rain. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post) MIAMI GARDENS — The playing field at Hard Rock Stadium appeared in poor condition during Saturday’s Syracuse-Miami game. Due largely to a downpour that occurred before kickoff, players could at times be seen slipping and falling, which led to concern about how the field would look for Sunday’s Dolphins-Jets game. It actually looks pretty good. In fact, a few hours before the game, Dolphins tight end MarQuies Gray tweeted about how good it looks. “Take my hat off to the grounds crew here at hard rock stadium!” Gray wrote. “Great job of grinding all day/night so field can be ready to go today. From the time the ‘Canes game ended, the Dolphins re-sodded the mid-field logo, vacuumed the field, mowed the field, rolled it for compaction and painted. The Dolphins laid new sod on the field after the preseason. Just before Sunday’s kickoff, a very light rain began to fall. The field at Hard Rock Stadium has traditionally
  3. The Miami Dolphins are home today against the New York Jets and they will be missing a couple of players as they released their inactive list. Mike Pouncey will return to the field today after being cleared of his concussion. Pouncey missed the entire second half of last weeks Atlanta game. Jake Brendel played well […] Miami Dolphins inactives: week 7 - Phin Phanatic - Phin Phanatic - A Miami Dolphins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
  4. The Miami Dolphins are back at home today and are getting ready for their 1:00 kick-off against the visiting New York Jets and to honor that home game we give you a look at the teams locker room. Filmed on October 7, 2017, this 360 degree virtual experience puts you in the middle of the […] Miami Dolphins Hard Rock Stadium locker room: A 360 virtual experience - Phin Phanatic - Phin Phanatic - A Miami Dolphins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
  5. It’s about time, right? Mitchell Trubisky is finally the Bears’ starting quarterback!That’s right, Mitchell Trubisky, the second overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft, is finally under center for the Chicago Bears. Well this isn’t breaking news obviously, as he already has two games under his belt. But it’s still great news for Chicago, not to mention the fans who may have finally found their new franchise quarterback.Throughout Bears’ history at the quarterback position, it’s always been a weakness. We all know about the Monster’s Of The Midway and the great Walter Payton. But, has Chicago really ever had a quarterback that they could truly rely on?If I were to name the list of quarterbacks the Bears have had throughout the last few decades, this article would be at least double what it should. And trust me, those names are nothing to be proud of. It can even be argued that Jay Cutler is, by the numbers, the greatest QB in Bears history. Yet his record in Chicago finished at 51-51. Not necessarily great, is it?