It's amazing how great this offensive started playing when their five starting offensive lineman were finally able to play together. Ryan Tannehill had time to throw and Jay Ajayi absolutely annihilated some defenses. The big guys up front are going to have to stay healthy and hopefully they can continue to play at this high of a level. Head coach Adam Gase believes this is why the team is playing like they are right now.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Gase attributes surge to healthy o-line, tunnel vision | ProFootballTalk
When the Dolphins were 1-4, plenty of their fans were ready to abandon ship. But first-year coach Adam Gase continued to believe. His belief has paid off with a pair of wins, heading into the bye week. Appearing on Monday's PFT Live, Gase attributed the surge to one primary factor.
Dolphins Running Backs
Jay Ajayi has a chance to be first back with three straight 200-yard games | Miami Herald
Jay Ajayi is already in rarefied company with back-to-back 200-yard rushing games. But if he does it again after the Dolphins’ bye, he’ll be in a class all his own.
What now for the Dolphins without Arian Foster | Miami Dolphins In Depth
The retirement of running back Arian Foster should not come as a surprise to the Miami Dolphins because he's been toying with the idea for weeks. But now that it is a fact it presents the team with an important...
PRESS RELEASE: Miami Dolphins Sign Rambo
Rambo is entering his fourth NFL season after spending three years playing for the Washington Redskins and Buffalo Bills.
Dolphins Special Teams
What’s happened to Dolphins’ special teams? Injuries and youth top the list | Miami Herald
Add three more Dolphins special-teams miscues to the 2016 list in Week 7, prompting some to wonder: What’s gone wrong with a unit that for years was among the league’s most dependable?
Dolphins 2016 Season
The tape don’t lie: Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins, a review | The Daily Dolphin
This is a tape Jay Ajayi, Branden Albert, Laremy Tunsil, Mike Pouncey, Jermon Bushrod, Ja'Wuan James and Ndamukong Suh would like marked "do not delete" forever. The Dolphins did it again. An upset. They bullied a physical opponent known for running the ball and stopping the run.
AC In The AM: Dolphins Now Clearly On Right Path
Back-to-back victories not only changed the complexion of their season, but also showed that the Dolphins have taken on a new and impressive identity.
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