Re: Playing the Dolphins
- Our depth at WR is certainly a strength. If we have trouble fielding
enough wide outs on Sunday, we may activate both Faulk and Pass, both
good receivers out of the backfield (assuming Faulk is ready to go).
They could probably play these guys in the slot on accasion. We can
also activate Jennings from the PS (I think he's still there) to
replace Johnson's speed.
Just some ideas...
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Randy Z Pierce" <alaric02@s...> wrote:
> So I'll ruminate a bit more on my expected keys to victory while
asking as I did last week for various thoughts on how we should best
prepare/approach the Miami Dolpins visit to Foxboro.
> The 0-4 Dolphins have in fact been in most of their games with a
defense which is surviving an amazing amount of turnovers to hold the
game close. This defense is still a high quality unit and can be a
scoring defense if considerable offensive caution isn't in effect.
> The Dolphins offense is woeful. A beleagured running back corps is
highlighted by a poor offensive line. Neither QB seems able to avoid
considerable turnover and their targets are fairly limitted.
> Chambers and Mc Michaels can both be dangerous and our affinity for
giving up yards between the 20s could give them the motivational
impetus to be slightly more dangerous.
> No doubt we are a fare better team but we are dinged up a fair bit
on offense with possible injuries to prevent Brown, Branch, Johnson
and Patten from being ready to play the game...not to mention Watson
already being gone. If we are not balanced Zach Thomas will be
mieeting Corey Dillon often and not to our benefit.
> So what thoughts have the list on this game?
> Oh yeah - there is a streak of some sort on the line but I doubt
it's a factor for our players.