The Miami Dolphins left Cleveland with a victory last Sunday, but there was one glaring problem with the team’s offense, the running game, or lack thereof.
Miami Dolphins fans are still celebrating after Sunday’s victory over the Cleveland Browns. But while the Dolphins got the victory, one area stuck out as potentially a major problem, the running game.
Following a busy offseason that included the addition of a game-breaking receiver, the Miami Dolphins are looking to end their playoff drought with a breakout year from Ryan Tannehill.
The Miami Dolphins appear to have settled on Lamar Miller as the team’s starting running back heading into Week 1 of the regular season.
Despite spending tens of millions of dollars in guaranteed money, the Miami Dolphins looked very much like last year’s 7-9 squad in the first preseason game of the season, a 24-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
When the Miami Dolphins let running back Reggie Bush head to the Detroit Lions in free agency, the focus of the Fins’ running game fell on a former University of Miami star who is ready to take center stage.
If you’re looking for a Miami Dolphins rookie who may make an immediate impact on the team, you might want to focus on fifth-round draft pick Mike Gillislee out of the University of Florida.
Reggie Bush’s days of donning the orange and teal may have come to an end.
The Miami Dolphins have widely been expected to let running back Reggie Bush leave the team in free agency, but Bush may not be headed out of town just yet.
The Miami Dolphins victory on Sunday was a hollow one because the team was eliminated from the playoffs. But, the game was also an audition of sorts for left tackle Jonathan Martin and running back Reggie Bush.