Optimistic Outlook for Dolphins future


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Miami Dolphins are showing somewhat of a promise after much needed shake-up in roster and plays. This is evident in the team’s 3-3 record which exceeds the expectation of most NFL fans as Quarterback Ryan Tannehill goes from questionable project to a prospect to watch. Tannehill had a passer rating of 112.0 this past week while going 21 for 29 passing for 185 yards with two touchdowns. His bold performance so far has shown potential promise for the Dolphins’ future.

Looking back on the week, the Dolphins had to do without reserve running back Daniel Thomas, who suffered his second concussion of the season against the Cincinnati Bengals. Also missing in Sunday’s action against the St. Louis Rams was cornerback Richard Marshall, who missed his second game in a row due to a back injury. Despite an injury plagued roster and under performance in various games, the Miami Dolphins have found a way to keep their head above water with 3-3 in the AFC Eastern Conference mostly by winning close games.

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