56-14. You just don’t see scores like that in the NFL very often. Tampa Bay didn’t look like an NFL team last night, not scoring until the fourth quarter. For Atlanta, this was exactly the performance it needed.
The NFL regular season is getting closer by the day as teams are now finished with their respective training camps and preparing for the all-important third preseason game. Fans are very lucky these days because every single preseason game is made available to them, whether it be online or on television. That gives fantasy football players the opportunity to scout everyone and anyone that they may consider drafting.
With the NFL season fast approaching, fans are getting ready to root for their favorite teams and enjoy the wonderful thing that is football Sunday during the fall. There is also another thing that gets football fans worked into a frenzy as the season grows closer, and that thing is fantasy football.
Atlanta’s Matt Ryan and Miami’s Ryan Tannehill showed how starting quarterbacks should handle preseason openers.
Both the Miami Dolphins and Atlanta Falcons know who their starting quarterback will be when the NFL season begins next month.
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Reeling from their worst loss of the year, the Miami Dolphins can still make the playoffs. Whether they deserve to is open for debate.
After getting the best of Andrew Luck and Matt Ryan the past two weeks, Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins are cautiously optimistic about their next – and perhaps most difficult – test of the early season against Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints.
The Dolphins are 3-0 for the first time in 11 years, winning close games and showing some offensive pizazz for a change thanks largely to Tannehill, who’s no longer overlooked in conversations about the remarkable rookie quarterback class of 2012.
When starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill takes the field each week; Miami Dolphins fans are watching something they haven’t seen in a long time, a rapidly improving signal-caller taking the team to the next level.