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27JunMiami Marlins vs. Washington Nationals
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22 hours ago The Miami Heat Will Be Younger, Faster, More Athletic, And A Lot More Fun Next Season
Now that the NBA Draft is in the rear-view mirror, objects see through the Miami Heat's windshield are starting to come into much better focus. Ready or not, the 2019-2020 season will have a common theme — out with the old and in with the new. After a decade-and-a-half of...
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22 hours ago Around SB Nation: What Other NFL Blogs Are Discussing
Weekly, we take a look around the SB Nation family of NFL blogs. Here are the news stories and analysis they are discussing. AFC EAST: New England Patriots (via Pats Pulpit) Tom Brady is trying his best to help Josh Gordon on and off the field - Pats PulpitBrady is actively trying to help the 28-year-old. New York Jets (via Gang Green Nation) Sam Darnold’s production broken down by route type: Game 10 - Gang Green NationI recently began re-watching all of Sam Darnold’s throws from the 2018 season, going game-by-game charting his production by route type. Buffalo Bills (via Buffalo Rumblings) If the Josh Allen train derails, when might he be benched by Buffalo Bills? - Buffalo RumblingsA dive into the recent history of benched Buffalo Bills’ quarterbacks to look at how long Josh Allen might have if he bombs AFC NORTH: Baltimore Ravens (via Baltimore Beatdown) Four goals for Jimmy Smith in 2019-20 - Baltimore BeatdownThe tenured corner is entering a pivotal season in Baltimore Pittsburgh Steelers (via Behind the Steel Curtain) AB and JuJu Smith-Schuster have same odds to lead the NFL in receiving - Behind the Steel CurtainThe two wide receivers are connected by Las Vegas odds heading into the 2019 regular season. Cincinnati Bengals (via Cincy Jungle) Bengals offseason graded as average - Cincy JungleESPN ranked Cincinnati’s offseason as average, and it’s hard to dispute. Cleveland Browns (via Dawgs By Nature) Cleveland Browns: Odell Beckham excited about playing football again - Dawgs By NatureBrowns wide receiver says he never reached his full potential with the Giants. AFC SOUTH: Houston Texans (via Battle Red Blog) Stop Trying To Be The New England Patriots - Battle Red BlogIt doesn’t work. Tennessee Titans (via Music City Miracles) Jon Robinson stresses to Marcus Mariota to avoid big hit Titans - Music City MiraclesToday’s MMQB at Sports Illustrated is heavily focused on the upcoming 5th years for both Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota. We knew those 2 would always be linked after going 1st and 2nd... Jacksonville Jaguars (via Big Cat Country) Stop worrying about Yan and Jalen’s contracts - Big Cat CountryIn recent weeks, it seems the only conversation both locally and nationally regarding the Jaguars has not had anything to do with new quarterback Nick Foles and the turnaround the passing game... Indianapolis Colts (via Stampede Blue) How the current Colts look a lot like the prime Manning-era Colts - Stampede BlueThe prime Peyton Manning years were best known for one of the strongest offenses of the 2000s. Peyton Manning had three amazing pass catchers in Marvin Harrison, Reggie Wayne and Dallas Clark. He... AFC WEST: Denver Broncos (via Mile High Report) The “wish they were Denver Broncos” offense - Mile High ReportWho’s the one player in the NFL you wish wore orange and blue? Los Angeles Chargers (via Bolts from the Blue) Los Angeles Chargers’ Keenan Allen and the late season boom - Bolts From The BlueIf you were there during the 2015 season and were (unfortunately) able to witness the first of two major injuries for Keenan Allen, then you got to see him "LACERATE" his kidney on live television.... Oakland Raiders (via Silver and Black Pride) Should the Oakland Raiders trade for Jalen Ramsey? - Silver And Black PrideRumors are flying about potentially trading for Jalen Ramsey, but would it be a smart move for the Raiders? Kansas City Chiefs (via Arrowhead Pride) Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill to meet with NFL representatives Wednesday - Arrowhead PrideThe league intends to conduct multiple interviews, during which Hill will have legal representation. NFC EAST: New York Giants (via Big Blue View) ‘Valentine’s Views:’ About dwindling training camp access, Odell Beckham’s revisionist history - Big Blue ViewA few thoughts for on offseason Sunday Philadelphia Eagles (via Bleeding Green Nation) Eagles salary cap expert discusses planning process of Carson Wentz extension - Bleeding Green NationHow and why the Eagles prepared for Carson Wentz’s extension years ago Dallas Cowboys (via Blogging the Boys) How this “Dak friendly” trifecta will help the Cowboys be successful - Blogging The BoysThe Dallas Cowboys have a great track record when more than one player is on the field between Ezekiel Elliott, Amari Cooper, and Jason Witten. But how will they perform when all three of these "Dak friendly" targets are available? Washington Redskins (via Hogs Haven) Understanding Injuries in the NFL Part 3 - Hogs HavenA look at what really correlates with injuries in the NFL using analysis from Football Outsiders NFC NORTH: Green Bay Packers (via Acme Packing Company) What could a compromise between Matt LaFleur’s and Aaron Rodgers’ styles look like? - Acme Packing CompanyAfter playing for so long a specific way, does Aaron Rodgers want to make sweeping changes for Matt LaFleur’s new offense? Here are some ways they can both get what they want. Detroit Lions (via Pride of Detroit) Darius Slay spent the weekend being an awesome dude - Pride Of DetroitDarius Slay gave back to the local community in 2 big ways this weekend. Chicago Bears (via Windy City Gridiron) What the Fox did he say? - Windy City GridironJohn Fox recently said the Bears had the worst offseason in the NFL. Would you like some cheese with that whine? Minnesota Vikings (via Daily Norseman) Vikings appear on list of teams most likely to draft a quarterback in 2020 - Daily NorsemanIt’s a pretty reasonable assessment NFC SOUTH: New Orleans Saints (via Canal Street Chronicles) Revisiting the Saints dominant November of 2018 - Canal Street ChroniclesOne of the greatest 3 game stretches in NFL history. Atlanta Falcons (via The Falcoholic) Will Falcons receiver Mohamed Sanu see his production drop in 2019? - The FalcoholicWill Calvin Ridley eat into his production this season? Carolina Panthers (via Cat Scratch Reader) Chris Hogan was asked to compare Cam Newton to Tom Brady - Cat Scratch ReaderIt was an unfair question but inevitable. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via Bucs Nation) Bucs’ Jameis Winston delivers important lessons ahead of training camp - Bucs NationTalk is cheap, but it can still be encouraging.. NFC WEST: San Francisco 49ers (via Niners Nation) NFC West news: Are the 49ers a boom-or-bust team heading into 2019? - Niners NationAre the 49ers a boom-or-bust team heading into 2019? Arizona Cardinals (via Revenge of the Birds) David Johnson in the bottom third of running backs according to Maurice Jones-Drew - Revenge of the BirdsFor many, David Johnson is on the brink of another breakout. Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls) The Seattle Seahawks’ continued quest for an improved offensive line - Field GullsOver the coming weeks, we’ll continue to look at the hopefuls on the Seattle Seahawks’ 90-man roster. Seattle had eleven draft picks and made several significant moves in free agency. These are... Los Angeles Rams (via Turf Show Times) What if they had called PI on this play in Super Bowl LIII? - Turf Show TimesNFL Senior Vice President of Officiating Al Riveron recently revealed this play would have resulted in a defensive pass interference penalty under the new rules for 2019...
The Phinsider: The SB Nation Miami Dolphins Blog has new update
1 day ago The Splash Zone 6/26/19: Hiring The Best Leader
Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. When looking for their new coach, the Dolphins were looking for a man that could relate with this new generation of players coming into the league. Chris Grier believes Brian Flores has the leadership qualities to deal with these players. Only time will tell if Flores was the right hire. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. Dolphins think they found a coach for the new generation of players – ProFootballTalkNew Dolphins head coach Brian Flores is only 38 years old, and that may have helped him get the job. Dolphins General Manager Chris Grier says Flores is a coach who understands the current generation of players, what motivates them and how to help them grow. Dolphins Wide Receivers Miami Dolphins' Jakeem Grant 'over the hump' in returning from injury - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FLOne of the team's fastest players could be in a line for a nice payday if he performs as he expects in 2019. Phinsider News You May Have Missed Miami Dolphins News 6/25/19: Dolphins Aid Local High School - The PhinsiderWelcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Most exciting games on the Miami Dolphins 2019 calendar - The PhinsiderWhich games should Dolphins fans most look forward to this upcoming season? Miami Dolphins 2019 Roster breakdown 90-in-90: Raekwon McMillan - The PhinsiderCan the third-year middle linebacker take the next step in 2019?
FishStripes has new update
1 day ago WAS 6, MIA 1; Max Scherzer dominates Marlins in series opener
For the first time in 2019, Trevor Richards surrendered six earned runs in a start. Nothing went right for Miami to open a six-game homestand. MIAMI—Broken nose and all, Max Scherzer was in Cy Young form Tuesday night at Marlins Park. He dominated the Miami Marlins, striking out 10 in eight sharp innings, as the Washington Nationals took the first of a three-game set, 6-1. Washington was coming off two heartbreaking losses this past weekend versus the Atlanta Braves. They took out their frustration on righty Trevor Richards early. Juan Soto, batting over .300 this season against the Marlins, smacked a two-run single to right with the bases loaded and one down in the third. Then with the Nationals ahead 3-0 and threatening in the fourth, Trea Turner—a Boynton Beach native—launched a three-run shot to deep center, extending Washington’s lead to 6-0. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Richards allowed six earned runs in a start for the first time in 2019, throwing 93 pitches in five innings of work. Adam Conley pitched three scoreless frames in relief, coughing up just one hit and punching out seven. It was easily his best appearance in recent memory, a welcome change of pace for someone whose performance has been largely disappointing this season. The Marlins’ lone run came in the home half of the fourth. Curtis Granderson delivered with a two-out single to right, scoring Brian Anderson. Frustrations mounted for the Marlins in the home half of the eighth. Shortstop Miguel Rojas and manager Don Mattingly were tossed from the contest by home plate umpire Mike Estabrook after arguing balls and strikes. Do we have any master lip-readers in the audience? pic.twitter.com/mbTsWbtita— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) June 26, 2019 Former Marlin closer Fernando Rodney finished what Scherzer started. The ageless righty tossed 11 pitches in a scoreless ninth. In the clubhouse postgame, Rojas simply stated he needs to control his actions on the field, and wished he addressed the situation in a calmer manner. Miami will hope to get back on the winning track Wednesday night. Rookie Zac Gallen will make his second career start, having thrown five innings and allowed one run in St. Louis this past Thursday night and escaping a couple of jams throughout. The Nationals’ Patrick Corbin, who tossed a complete-game shutout versus the Marlins in Washington on May 25, will take the ball for manager Davey Martinez. First pitch is scheduled for 7:10 p.m. Nationals vs. Marlins box score (Baseball Theater) FINAL-In 2 hours and 27 minutes, Max Scherzer mows down Marlins, as Washington takes first of three at Marlins Park Tuesday night. W: Max Scherzer (7-5)L: Trevor Richards (3-8)Washington (38-40): 6 | 8 | 0Miami (30-47): 1 | 5 | 0@fishstripes— Brandon Liguori (@BrandonRLiguori) June 26, 2019 Fish Picks answer key Scherzer Under Under No Nationals
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