The Miami Dolphins pass blocking has been brutal across the board. From bad offensive line play to poor blitz pickup by running backs, it’s all contributed to quarterback Ryan Tannehill getting sacked at a pace that would result in 72 sacks on the season.
The Miami Dolphins brought wide receiver Mike Wallace in to blow the tops off of defenses with deep passing maximizing his speed. Through four games this season, Wallace hasn’t been able to use his speed and the Fins are struggling with the deep ball.
The Miami Dolphins pass blocking has been the focus of much consternation all season long. Monday night’s game won’t do anything to quell much of that talk.
The Miami Dolphins managed to win the first three games of the season with a subpar running game and weak pass blocking. But Monday night, both of those elements came back to haunt the Dolphins as Drew Brees and the New York Saints took the Fins apart in a 38-17 thumping.
The last time the Miami Dolphins and New Orleans Saints were on the field together, the Saints walked out of Sun Life Stadium with a shootout victory, 46-34. Most of the players on the Dolphins side have changed, as have the coaches. But will it be enough to overcome the Saints’ Drew Brees and the team’s vastly improved defense?
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.
The Miami Dolphins are riding high after a 2-0 start ahead of the team’s home opener on Sunday. But there’s at least one area where the Dolphins need to make some major improvement: protecting quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
There was a major addition to the injury list Wednesday afternoon for the Miami Dolphins: quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
The Atlanta Falcons will visit Sun Life Stadium for the Miami Dolphins home opener this Sunday, but will be without two key defensive contributors.
The Miami Dolphins finished off the Indianapolis Colts in a fitting fashion for a team built to rush the quarterback, by sacking Andrew Luck on fourth down.