The Dolphins appear to have the edge in their upcoming matchup against a Bills team which has given up a total of 65 points in its last two contests.
Third-year pro Marlon Moore will make his first career start at receiver for the Miami Dolphins against Jacksonville in place of Davone Bess, who is inactive with a back injury.
The Dolphins will be without one of their best receivers in Davone Bess and star linebacker Koa Misi when they face off against a Jaguars team which is hungry for a win.
The Dolphins don’t have any major injury concerns heading into Sunday’s AFC East showdown while the absence of a few New England players could affect the outcome of the game.
The Bills will be without veteran running back Fred Jackson on Thursday night while the Dolphins don’t have any significant injuries which could impact the outcome of the game.
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Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman is clearly disappointed with what he’s seen from the team’s receivers.
The Miami Dolphins struggled to get any semblance of an offense going Friday night against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The struggle will be more difficult after Chad Johnson’s alleged antics cost him his job.
The Miami Dolphins seem to be set at the wide receiver position with returning starters Brandon Marshall, Davone Bess, and Brian Hartline. But there may be a receiver on the north side of the state interested in joining the Fins.