Can Fins Beat Wounded Bucs?
Fins V.S. Bucs is a battle of the lowly
The Miami Dolphins are on the other side of their total embarrassment of losing three Prime Time games, with 2 of them being outright blow outs.
Miami is all but a national joke at this point. But the show must go on. The Fins must regroup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers today to have any shot at salvaging the 2017 Season.
The hard part to swallow for fans is, even if they win today it’s still a long, long shot that they even sniff the Post Season.
The Bucs have been a bit of a disappointment as well this season with only 2 wins. Their starting QB in Jameis Winston is out with injury and is under investigation for sexual assault. So one of our familiar foes will lead the offense, instead. Ryan Fitzpatrick has had a history of giving the Dolphins trouble. He can be frustrating because he’s mobile enough to make plays with his feet. Today he will have a good stable of Receivers to throw to and test Miami’s CB’s.
Bucs and Fins were expected to do well this season… not!
After last week’s beat down, it’s hard to have any encouragement that our defense is going to be able to stop anybody. In addition, the Dolphins have not had a sack in the last two games. They desperately need to get some life back in their pass rush. So far, it been a grossly over paid unit given it’s impact.
Ohh, you can also add in Rey Maualuga’s arrest to the issues surrounding the Dolphins defense.
On offense the Dolphins are starting to play a little better. However, they continue to be consistently inconsistent. Cutler made some poor decisions and throws against the Panthers. He’ll have to do much better if the Dolphins want to have any chance to win against the Bucs.
The best bookie services in the world have this game as a pick’em. The line has pretty much stayed there the entire week. Of all the games this upcoming week this game is getting the least amount of action on it, which is mainly because these two teams have been playing so bad that nobody but their own fans even care about the game. The action is pretty much split on both sides, and it will probably be one of those games that are decided in the fourth quarter… maybe even the last drive of the game.
Sad isn’t it. Go Fins!!!