Jaguars vs Dolphins is coming Week 2 of the NFL season and the coverage is starting to heat up.
"The talk in Miami after the game was as much about mistakes as what the Dolphins did right. They needed a late-game surge keyed by a fourth-quarter punt return by Jarvis Landry to win, with the offense struggling much of the game.The Dolphins allowed Tannehill to be sacked three times, and while Tannehill said afterward the Dolphins didn’t execute well, his three-yard touchdown pass with 27 seconds remaining in the first half was key."
"“At the end of the day we’ve got to man up to it,” said receiver Allen Hurns, who dropped two passes and had a fumble. “The things that’s going on, it’s on us. You’ve got to own up to it.“If the opportunity comes your way, you’ve got to make those plays. You can’t have a catch this play then come back and have a drop.”Receiver Allen Robinson, who dropped an easy pass along the sideline on the first play of the Jaguars’ second drive, rolled out the “it’s fixable” comment.“That’s something in our [meeting] room that we hold ourselves to high standards,” he said. “That’s something that’s easy to be fixed.”"
"However, while the Jaguars got what they wanted out of Yeldon and fellow RB Denard Robinson, they strayed away from the run after Bortles’ pick-six. That resulted in 21 total carries and a meager total of 96 yards.Yeldon’s 12 carries for 51 yards and Robinson’s five carries for 19 yards are both solid for a limited number of carries. Considering Bortles’ and the wide receivers’ mistakes and lack of composure, it seems inevitable that we’ll see more on the ground this Sunday."
"Line, Odds and Point Spread: 6.0 Jacksonville, 41.5 O/UPrediction: Miami wins but will not cover"
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