Jets turn to Tim Boyle with Dolphins coming to town

As the Miami Dolphins approach their goal of winning the AFC East, the New York Jets decided for the second straight year that Zach Wilson isn’t up to par as a starting quarterback. The Jets have dropped three straight games and are turning to journeyman Tim Boyle under center when they face the Dolphins in a Black Friday clash at East Rutherford, N.J. New York (4-6) is tied for the 13th best record in the

Ascending Raiders shift gears for high-octane Dolphins

The Las Vegas Raiders are experiencing a revival under interim coach Antonio Pierce. Now they might need another gear for a visit to tackle the Miami Dolphins on Sunday in Miami Gardens, Fla. The Raiders (5-5) are 2-0 since firing Josh McDaniels and handing the keys to Pierce, who has quickly energized the squad. The visit to Miami is the only road contest during a six-game stretch for the Raiders. “We were fortunate that my

Dolphins look to rebound, host streaking Patriots

The Miami Dolphins have had little trouble beating lesser opponents but haven’t defeated a team that currently possesses a winning record. Miami (5-2) will look to continue its success against the dregs of the NFL when it battles the AFC East-rival New England Patriots Sunday at Miami Gardens, Fla. The Dolphins’ five wins this season have come against squads with a combined 8-25 record and a lowly .242 winning percentage. The Patriots (2-5) are one

Tua Tagovailoa, Dolphins face big test against Eagles

After winning five games against teams with a combined 5-24 current record, the Miami Dolphins will face both of last season’s Super Bowl participants in their next three games. They will begin their step up in competition in prime time Sunday night at Philadelphia against the Eagles, who are smarting after taking their first loss of the season last week against the New York Jets. After visiting the Eagles (5-1), who lost to Kansas City

Winless Panthers face tough task against thriving Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins have been in such an encouraging opening stretch of the season that sometimes it looks like not much could get them off the right path. The Carolina Panthers aren’t projected to derail the Dolphins when the teams meet on Sunday afternoon in Miami Gardens, Fla. Miami (4-1) is off to its best start in 20 years and will be making adjustments to the offensive depth chart after an injury to a rising