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Here is my take on the three things that must happen in order to beat the Dolphins at home at get back to .500

1.) More Gordon, less Rivers
This sounds bad, but hear me out. Melvin Gordon had his best game of his career last week and its not time to abandon it. He ran with his eyes, rather than his head, for the first time that I can remember. He is on a hot streak and Rivers, according to Pro Football Focus, is playing his 2nd worst football of his career. It’s still at an above average rate, but it isn’t what we are used to seeing.

2.) Get the youngsters involved offensively
This sounds very hypocritical from my first point, but it doesn’t have to. A good balance is nice, and the times the bolts do pass, Hunter Henry and Tyrell Williams are your best offensive weapons through the air. They are playmakers and ones you should lean to when you need a first down or need to move the ball in a hurry.

3.) Let the shrug out
Joey Bosa is going to have to be disruptive up front, and a wall in the run game. It’s no secret what Dolphins running back Jay Ajayi has done in the last three weeks. The defensive line needs to contain him, and they need to put pressure and let Bosa eat in the passing game.

What are your guys’ keys? Agree with mine? Let me know in the comments and go bolts!

Zak Darman (@WilMyersGOAT)

One Response to Z’s Three Keys to Victory: Dolphins Week

  • richard reinhofer says:

    I think Bosa is above average against the run and teams will start running away from him, which works to Liuget’s advantage.

    John Madden (talking about SB XI) “our only game plan offensively was to pass when they thought we’d run, and run when they thought we’d pass”

    All year long I’ve been saying, “nice play call” while watching our games (except in the 4th quarter disaster games)
    We’ve been catching teams with their pants down more often than they have to us.

    So my key for today, Whisenhunt needs to get me to say “nice play call” a lot.

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