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Know Your Foe: Miami Dolphins


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27 minutes ago, rayzor said:

Another bad team that finally starts clicking about the time that we play them.

Seen this movie before. It's as predictable as a Hallmark Christmas movie.

Yea we already know the panthers are getting their dicks kicked into mince meat against a sorry ass dolphins team I don’t even need to see the game 

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Said something similar in another thread, but thus far, opponent rushing defense has been a good predictive metric for Panthers wins and loses.

For example, Arizona is 23rd against the run. Washington is 5th.

Miami is middle of the pack in run defense.

I'd say we have a 50/50 shot at a bounce back game against Miami. They ran the same blitz 35 plays against Baltimore on TNF so if Brady isn't adjusting to whatever they are doing Flores has no problem calling it over and over again.

Looking further ahead, if opponent rushing defense holds as a predictive metric, a sweep of ATL (22nd rushing defense) isn't out of the question.

But it could get ugly after that if this metric holds. TB, NO, and BUF are all top 10 against the run.

Maybe Cam improves the offense enough that opponent rushing defense loses it's predictive metric power, but if it holds, 7-10 is a highly probable outcome.

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On 11/24/2021 at 1:18 AM, trueblade said:

Said something similar in another thread, but thus far, opponent rushing defense has been a good predictive metric for Panthers wins and loses.

For example, Arizona is 23rd against the run. Washington is 5th.

Miami is middle of the pack in run defense.

I'd say we have a 50/50 shot at a bounce back game against Miami. They ran the same blitz 35 plays against Baltimore on TNF so if Brady isn't adjusting to whatever they are doing Flores has no problem calling it over and over again.

Looking further ahead, if opponent rushing defense holds as a predictive metric, a sweep of ATL (22nd rushing defense) isn't out of the question.

But it could get ugly after that if this metric holds. TB, NO, and BUF are all top 10 against the run.

Maybe Cam improves the offense enough that opponent rushing defense loses it's predictive metric power, but if it holds, 7-10 is a highly probable outcome.

We ran the ball well against Washington.  In fact, we abused them in the run game, when we actually ran it.  CMC averaged nearly 6 yards per run.  I think a better indicator is the opposing teams ability to run the ball.  

Although in reality, most of our losses this year have been due to a myriad of factors.  Our inability to stop the run, turnovers, key penalties, etc...  And the big one, the issue that we have had for the last several years, inability to perform in the last 2-4 minutes of the game.

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