Posts Tagged ‘ted-ginn-jr.’

Week Two NFL Preview: Cowboys at 49ers

Complimentary of Cowboys Gab editor Alex Weston Dallas Cowboys (0-1) @ San Francisco 49ers (1-0) Where: Candlestick Park, San Francisco, CA When: 12:05 PM PST Media: FOX It is a tale of two teams as the Cowboys enter San Francisco for their match up against the 49ers this Sunday. Dallas is coming off a heart […]

New NFL Kicking Rule Produces More Touchbacks

The NFL’s new rule that moved kickoffs up 5 yards this season produced a huge number of touchbacks during the opening weekend. The league moved kickoffs up to the 35-yard line hoping to address safety concerns, and that produced nearly triple the number of touchbacks from last year, according to STATS LLC. Heading into Sunday […]

Looking back, should the Dolphins have moved WR Ginn?

The Dolphins Friday completed a trade that shipped away receiver Ted Ginn Jr. At first, my initial reaction was that of joy. Throughout his career as a Fin, Ginn has done nothing but drop balls on the offensive end, fear contact, and run to the sidelines on kickoffs and offense because of this fear. You […]

Brown’s Wildcat Dash Helps Dolphins Edge Jets 31-27

Five lead changes in the final quarter. Now that’s certainly something that you do not see every day; but then again, that is a testament to the defenses of the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets in their nationally televised game Monday night. With the amount of scoring that took place in the final 15 […]

Miami WR Ginn Has Just One Yard After the Catch in Two Games

The Miami Herald reports about Ted Ginn’s lack of yards after the catch: Disturbing: Of Ted Ginn Jr.’s 134 receiving yards in two games (13 catches), only 1 yard has come after the catch, according to “He’s progressing, but not at the pace you would like to see,” former Dolphins receiver Nat Moore said. […]

Plenty Of Reasons the Dolphins Should Not Draft a WR First

There’s been a lot of speculation that Miami will select a wide receiver with its first round pick in the upcoming NFL draft. Here are several reasons why they shouldn’t. Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams We have two top running backs both weighing in at 230 pounds. Furthermore, we’re pretty well set at tackle and […]

Pennington Gets Revenge, Jets Erased From Playoff Picture By Dolphins 24-17

In Chad Pennington’s career, he has been through a lot of things – adversity, injuries and rumors come to mind – as a former member of the New York Jets. Now the starting quarterback of the Miami Dolphins, he is enjoying a renaissance season. In Sunday’s game between the Jets and Dolphins, Pennington – while […]

Bag Of Offensive Tricks Boost Dolphins To 5-4, Edge Seahawks 21-19

On a day where the Miami Dolphins ‘ mainstream offense failed them, they relied on some trickery to compete with the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday; the bag of tricks – including a flea-flicker and their Wildcat formation – proved effective, as Miami held on to nip Seattle 21-19, putting them to within one game of […]