I don’t know about anybody else but, Miami’s defense is starting to look very scary.
Last Sunday the Dolphins absolutely punished Brandon Weeden, sacking him six times in the victory over the Cleveland Browns.
Miami’s defensive front is lead by none other than Cameron Wake, a beast of a man who will one day set the NFL single season sack record. There’s absolutely no way Miami lets this young man go, so get used to seeing number 91 chasing down ball carriers and quarterbacks his entire career in a Dolphins uniform.
With Wake being the face of Miami’s franchise, you have Andrew Luck as the face of Indy’s franchise. The young second year quarterback who boosted the spirits of Colts fans across the country last season, is looking to do the exact same thing this season.
Luck and the Colts were in a tough fight with Terrelle Pryor and the Oakland Raiders last Sunday but were able to pull out the victory. Luck completed 18 of 23 passing attempts for 128 passing yards with two touchdowns but was sacked four times.
Number 12 ran the ball six times and picked up 38 yards.
Bradshaw and Ballard combined for 20 carries for a total of close to 90 rushing yards.
Miami Dolphins‘ starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill is just settling in with his new deep threat receiver Mike Wallace. Wallace was only targeted once but picked up 15 yards while Brian Hartline brought in nine receptions for 114 yards and one touchdown.
Miami’s problem was that their running game as absolutely not there. Yeah they had a decent number of carries but they lacked the yards they needed from their running game. Both Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller combined for 18 carries for 17 yards.
Both quarterbacks will surely be under pressure this Sunday just like they were in their previous game.