Ryan Michaels

Dolphins Editor

Ryan Michaels hails from Coral Springs, Florida, where he grew up a diehard Florida (erm, Miami) Marlins, Miami Dolphins, and Florida Gators fan. At the age of nine, Ryan wrote then-Marlins GM Dave Dombrowski a letter that made suggestions on how to improve attendance. He received a response a couple of weeks later and not only still swears that it really was Dave Dombrowski who wrote him back, but also saved the letter until he moved away to college. After graduating from high school, where he lettered in…debate, Ryan fulfilled his dream of attending the University of Florida, where he majored in Management. While in school, the Gators won two national championships in both basketball and football. Ryan had absolutely nothing to do with these achievements. Since he can’t run a 4.4 40-yard dash or hit a baseball 400 feet, Ryan writes about people who can. He hopes to inform and entertain fans of his teams with articles, opinions, and random thoughts.


Mocking The Early NFL Mock Drafts

Ever wonder why there are so many mock drafts so far from the actual draft? I have, and it needs to stop.

Can The Dolphins Reunite Joe Philbin With At Least One Of His Former Players?

The Dolphins hired Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin to be the new head coach. Should they try to convince his former quarterback or tight end to join him in Miami?

Stephen Ross' Loyalty To Jeff Ireland: Stroke Of Genius Or Serious Error Of Judgment?

Owner Stephen Ross refused to restructure the Dolphins organization to accommodate Jeff Fisher. Was it worth it?

Players To Watch In Tonight's BCS National Championship Game

The Dolphins will be selecting eighth or ninth in April's NFL Draft. Who should Dolphins fans watch in tonight's BCS National Championship game?

Five New Year’s Resolutions For The Miami Dolphins

Have you ever wondered what your favorite team's resolution should be? I pondered the five New Year's Resolutions the Miami Dolphins should have going into the offseason.

Tony Sparano Received His Walking Papers, But Is Real Change On The Horizon?

The Dolphins fired Tony Sparano on Monday, but is keeping Jeff Ireland the right move and would the addition of Carl Peterson help the Dolphins? Find out what one writer thinks and join the discussion.

NFL Week 14 Game Review: The Eagles Manhandle The Dolphins In Miami

Offensive line wins games. Conversely, an offensive line can lose games. The Miami Dolphins offensive line was decimated by injuries to T Jake Long and G Vernon Carey in the first half and their...

Third Quarter Update: Eagles Vs. Dolphins

The Dolphins came out of the locker room at halftime looking to close the gap on the Eagles' 17-point lead. The Eagles were able to prevent RB Reggie Bush from converting a third down by tackling...

Second Quarter Update: Eagles Vs. Dolphins

All of the momentum that the Dolphins had in the first quarter completely dissipated in the second quarter. The Eagles began the quarter deep into Dolphins territory after a 26-yard catch by RB...

First Quarter Update: Eagles Vs. Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins began the game on defense the way they needed to: relentlessly attacking QB Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles offense. LB Jason Taylor sacked Vick twice in the first...

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