Hoping for a win on the road, the Miami Dolphins are now 0-3 after a close loss of 17-16 to the Cleveland Browns.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy has to be salivating at a chance to face a Dolphins secondary that will be without it’s best cover cornerback this Sunday.
There may be hope yet for the Miami Dolphins as they travel to Cleveland this weekend to play the Browns.
Based on the performance of the Miami Dolphins secondary the first two weeks, the last thing the team could afford was to lose their best cover cornerback.
Since left tackle Jake Long arrived in Miami; he’s fortified the left tackle position and become a Pro Bowl left tackle. But, Long will want a long-term contract in the next year or two and what happened in Cleveland Monday night set the bar for a left tackle contract.
Former Miami Hurricanes quarterback Ken Dorsey has called it a career. Dorsey announced Tuesday that he is retiring from professional football.
The Miami Dolphins are looking to another low-scoring team for an offensive coordinator.
Mike Adams’ interception set up a short field goal on the final play, and the Cleveland Browns overcame a comedy of errors to beat the Miami Dolphins 13-10 Sunday.