The Dolphins might be playing some of the best defense in the NFL right now, but they didn't start the season off that way. Here's a closer look at Miami's physical defense and how it's shutting teams down.
One week after decimating the Chargers, the Dolphins lock horns with the Lions in what should be a smash-mouth, defense-oriented matchup.
The Dolphins started the season in style, thanks in large part to Knowshon Moreno. Jamey Eisenberg explains why he likes his chances of keeping it going in Week 2.
The Dolphins signed Mike Wallace last season to a ludicrous deal, hoping he would be a needed deep threat. He hasn't earned his money but is ready to quiet the criticism in 2014.
The Miami Dolphins are shopping disappointing first-round pick Dion Jordan, league sources tell Jason La Canfora, as well as stars Mike Wallace and Cameron Wake.
After having his best season as a pro last season, the Dolphins have given linebacker Koa Misi a four-year extension.
Every NFL Draft takes three years to truly evaluate. Pete Prisco looks back at his 2010 Grades (he'd like to have that Jimmy Clausen prediction back).
Miami Dolphins linebacker Koa Misi was sentenced to three years probation earlier this week for his involvement in a 2011 incident, but he avoided jail time as a judge reduced his battery charges to a misdemeanor. Misi pleaded no contest to the charges last fall.
The Dolphins, picked by most analysts at the start of the season to finish with the worst record in the league, have a chance to finish .500.
WR Davone Bess is inactive for Miami's game against the Bills.

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