Miami Dolphins first-round pick Dion Jordan’s NFL career got off to a slow start. It’s time for the defensive end to start making an impact.
Coaches want you to believe that every opponent is the same, that every game is the same, that every win is the same. It’s a nice act, but Miami coach Joe Philbin knows that wasn’t the case last Sunday, when his Dolphins beat the Falcons 27-23 to improve to 3-0.
If you felt a big gust of wind from the Davie area Monday, it wasn’t from a thunderstorm, but rather a big sigh from the Miami Dolphins team facility.
The Miami Dolphins won against Atlanta Falcons 27-23, Sunday, at Sun Life Stadium.
Atlanta Falcons receivers Julio Jones and Roddy White are active for Sunday’s game at Miami after being listed as questionable this week.
The undefeated Miami Dolphins are confident, yet cautious, knowing that sustaining their early success likely won’t be easy over the next three games.
Miami will be trying to equal the franchise’s best start in 11 seasons against Atlanta Falcons in Sunday’s home opener. However, because injuries are part of the game, there’s no shortage of banged up Fins heading into week 3.
The Miami Dolphins will be without a huge piece in the middle of its defense when the Atlanta Falcons come to town on Sunday.
The Atlanta Falcons have already lost two defensive starters and may lose another if cornerback Asante Samuel can’t play Sunday. The Miami Dolphins, Atlanta’s next opponent, are also facing injury issues of their own.
The Atlanta Falcons will visit Sun Life Stadium for the Miami Dolphins home opener this Sunday, but will be without two key defensive contributors.