Monthly Archive: September 2013

Dolphins Prepare for Monday Night Battle

Heading into the 5th Monday night football game of the regular season, we prepare to watch two undefeated teams battle in New Orleans.  After the Dolphins take down one of the NFC South’s powerhouse teams last weekend in the Falcons, the Dolphins now prepare to face off against another NFC South opponent, the Saints. Joins Phinatics Facebook Group!

The power of social media is real and you need not look any further than Facebook to see how real that power is. has been undergoing changes for a couple of years now and yet the right fit has seemed to elude us. Until now. Today is announcing it’s full partnership with the …

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A Rising Star in Miami


Week 3 is behind us and the Miami Dolphins have once again proven themselves by defeating the Atlanta Falcons.  At 3-0, the Dolphins are finally starting to get some of the recognition they deserve for the team they have become.  This is especially true after defeating two strong foes in the Falcons and the Indianapolis …

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Why The Dolphins Beat The Falcons


Now that the dust has settled after our victory against Luck and the Colts. Its time to start looking forward to this weekend’s game against Matt Ryan’s Falcons As we’ve gone week to week we’ve seen how these Dolphins look very different from the Dolphins we’ve come accustomed to. Seeing guys on offense that can …

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Spread Killer: Why Miami Killed Their Chance

It’s amazing how after a win we, a fan base starved for success, can get so down about a victory. Is it that the bar we set is too high? Maybe it’s the way we dissect wins to make sure it’s worth our time to hope. Whichever is the reason, were right to do so. …

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Reflecting Upon the Dolphins’ Season Opener

Coming into the Dolphins at Browns game yesterday there was plenty of optimism surrounding the 2013 season for the Phins.  A game that was substantially changed by Dolphin’s takeaways, turned into a defensive battle early in the first half.  With a close first half, the Dolphins eventually pulled away from the Browns in the 4th …

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