By LG

The Miami Dolphins lost to the win-less Tampa Bay Buccaneers 22-19. Who would have though Tampa Bay would find their first win of the 2013 season against the Dolphins?

With all that  surrounds the Dolphins these days, it is a wonder they were as close as they were. Losing by only 3 points to a team that hasn’t won anything this year, isn’t too bad with all the turmoil that surrounds the Dolphins these days.

The Dolphins are missing 2 big bodies on their offensive line and maybe the team should have let Incognito finish the season before they rushed to a decision that isn’t helping the football team.

Tannehill was sacked twice in the game, but the Buccaneers continued to pressure him throughout the game and hit him 8 other times in the game.

He completed only 27 of his 42 passes and the Dolphins only had a total of 14 rushing yards in the game. That could be attributed to the missing offensive line personal which obviously helped their running game.

The Dolphins are now one game below .500 with a record of 4-5 and with all the negative publicity that surrounds the team, it’s a wonder the players can focus on playing football.

Obviously losing to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in prime time shows they are having their difficulties. The Dolphins need to put an end to this scandal and get back to playing football.

 

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Readers Comments (5)

  1. SPVANDERWAHL

    Do you think the Patriots should have petitioned for humanitarian bail for Aaron Hernandez so he could play this season?

    That would make as much sense as letting Incognito play out the rest season because you thought he could help the team win.

    To many athletes get a pass for bad behavior because of their perceived value to a team.

    Incognito has been getting passes for over 10 years.

    Society should not wait for him to kill someone before action is taking. Incognito should never play in the NFL again!

     
    • LG

      Man you are stretching it a lot. Hernandez killed some one allegedly.

       
      • SPVANDERWAHL

        I’m sure the family of the man Hernandez allegedly killed wished he had been disciplined for his many transgressions at UF. Perhaps this tragedy could have been avoided,

         
        • LG

          I think in my humble opinion, it would have taken a lot more than that to change the outcome of this fellow. He was already formed as a person long before he arrived at UF

           

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