Posts Tagged ‘Miami Dolphins’

Hard Knocks: Miami Dolphins Episode Three Recap

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

Joe Philbin spots a pair of untied shoes in the distance, his blood boils. (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD Editor: Doug Kyed

As each week of Hard Knocks progresses, the more and more I’m driven crazy by Joe Philbin.

He’s just one of those passive aggressive, micro-managing, nitpicky, detail obsessed guys that reminds me more of a grocery store assistant manager than a head football coach.

More on Joe Philbin and the rest of episode three of Hard Knocks inside.


Hard Knocks: Miami Dolphins Episode Two Recap

Wednesday, August 15th, 2012
Pat Devlin Buccaneers

So this is what Pat Devlin’s face looks like. Poor Pat Devlin. (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD Editor: Doug Kyed

Another week of Hard Knocks, another week that HBO pretends that Pat Devlin doesn’t exist.

It’s sad really. There’s been one instance in the first two episodes that they showed Devlin’s face, and I half expected it to be blurred out. Like they forgot to give him the waiver to sign for his permission to appear on camera.

Inside, I’ll have my full recap of episode two of the newest season of Hard Knocks. There’s a lot to get to in this episode, so lets dive right in.


Hard Knocks: Miami Dolphins Episode One Recap

Wednesday, August 8th, 2012
Chad Johnson Ochocinco Practice

Chad Johnson is right where he wants to be. In South Beach with cameras on him 24/7. (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD Editor: Doug Kyed

NFL Films music! Liev Schreiber narration! QB controversy! Chad 85 trying to be funny! Les Brown blocking montage!

What does that all add up to? A new season of Hard Knocks!

Inside I’ll have my full recap of the first episode of Hard Knocks: Miami Dolphins, where I’ll dissect, mock and enjoy every minute of the action that I just saw.


Dolphins Blueprints for Beating the Patriots: Enemy Week

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012
Nate Solder Blocks Cameron Wake

Blocking Cameron Wake is going to be key for the Patriots.

Guest Editor: Eric Galko (

The Patriots played the Dolphins in Week One last season, and boy did it get ugly to watch for the Dolphins. It was a banner day for Tom Brady and the Patriots offense, and a tough to watch start to the Miami Dolphins.

But by around mid-season, the Dolphins team seemed to turn it up a notch with Matt Moore at the helm. The team played with more consistency, balance, and aggression. If the Dolphins can match that defensive ability with an improved offense, the Patriots could be in store for another hard fought game as it was back in Week 16.


2012 NFL Free Agency: Patriots Sign CB Will Allen

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

NEPD Editor: Doug Kyed

In a very Patriots esque maneuver, in the midst of the Saints discipline and Tebow-to-the-Jets, the Patriots signed former Dolphins CB Will Allen according to Bryan McIntyre.

The Patriots love to bring in veteran defensive backs, in the past signing Shawn Springs, Leigh Bodden, Lewis Sanders, Deltha O’Neal, etc.

Allen played in 15 games this season, with six starts and 676 total snaps at slot corner after missing all of 2010 and half of 2009 with a knee injury. Before Allen’s knee injury, Allen was the 10th rated CB on Pro Football Focus in 2008 and 32nd in 2009 despite missing half the season.


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