Dolphins chatter coming off the amazing comeback versus the Ravens has the social media sites buzzing. Because, this week Miami takes on the Buffalo Bills. The Bills seem like the strong early favorite to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. Josh Allen and the Bills have easily won their first two games of the season against teams that were also considered strong clubs. The Bill have had no issues putting away the defending Super Bowl Champions, Los Angles Rams. Also, the Bills dismantled the Titans on national television last night.
Dolphins Chatter from the Local Media
Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald had a some Dolphins chatter notes today. Barry advised that Dolphins have brought in four tight ends into team headquarters for tryouts this week. Because, Miami has some injured tight ends at the moment. The Dolphins do not have a tight end on the practice squad at this time. So, the Dolphins had tight ends Darrell Daniels, Ryan Izzo, James O’Shaughnessy and Deon Yelder in for a look. Current Dolphins tight ends Hunter Long and Cethan Carter are dealing with injury concerns. Hunter sustained an ankle injury in the Patriots game. Carter is still in concussion protocol following the week 1 game against the Patriots. Long and Carter both missed the Ravens game.
Other chatter notes concerning the Dolphins chatter from Jackson include a reason while rookie receiver, Erik Ezukanma, has not seen action. Jackson article noted that Ezukanma is leaning the “F” WR position now as opposed to the “Z” spot during training camp and the pre-season. Ezukanma stated,
“Cedrick is the starting F and he doesn’t have a main backup,” Ezukanma said. “F is one of the hardest positions to learn. The F is the adjuster who moves inside or outside. I was playing [only] Z in preseason.”
Jackson concluded his Dolphins chatter by mention that the 28 points scored by Miami now the franchise’s 4th quarter record. Miami once scored 28 points in a second quarter against then Boston Patriots.
Dolphins chatter from the Sun Sentinel
David Hyde of the Sun Sentinel believes this week’s game does not need to be overhyped by the media, because everyone knows this is a big game for Miami. The Dolphins have not played well against Buffalo in recent history. In fact, the Bills have beaten Miami seven straight times. It is not a rivalry until both teams get some wins. The Dolphins have a chance to established themselves along with the Bills a frontrunner.
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