The Dolphins may struggle against the Bills this weekend, as they could be without their best receiver and will definitely be playing without their star kicker on Sunday.
Although Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby continues to deal with a torn biceps injury, he’s still expected to play in Sunday’s game alongside other Miami players who will be fighting through pain.
Miami Dolphins opponents have been attacking the secondary over the past few weeks with mixed results. While Jimmy Wilson and Nolan Carroll have been picked on a lot, there’s also the offensive struggles that have propelled a three-game losing streak.
Matt Moore stepped in for an injured Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins didn’t miss a beat, rolling past the New York Jets 30-9 for their third straight victory.
While it’s only the first depth chart of the season, the Miami Dolphins’ Monday release of its depth chart began to clear the air on the quarterback situation with the team.
The Miami Dolphins traveled to Cleveland ready to take on the world to show they weren’t the 0-2 team the record showed. The Dolphins were right, they weren’t that 0-2 team; they’re the 0-3 team that is now barely treading water in the AFC East.
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.
The Miami Dolphins still haven’t come to terms with their first round draft pick Mike Pouncey, but the team has announced the signings of three lower round picks.