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Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito is excited at the team's chances at success in 2013. He fielded questions along with Mike Pouncey, Olivier Vernon and Nolan Carroll during the Dolphins' “Inside The Huddle”, series of conference calls with fans.
“You know a lot of excitement surrounding the season right now and it’s all welcome," Incognito said, via Finsiders.com We’ve been working hard, we just finished our offseason program, and we have a solid group of guys and we’re putting in the hard work. We’re laying the foundation to have a special 2013.”\
He sees a well-rounded team that should pay dividends when the season starts. “I think when we’re hitting on all cylinders, I think the identity is a balanced attack. We really have to be able to run the football to set-up our play action game and take our shots down the field. Obviously having some more weapons on offense, some guys who can really stretch the field, teams are really going to have a hard time defending us. They don’t know whether to stack the box and stop the run or to sit back and protect themselves on the back end. It’s a nice challenge to have; we really have to run the football and establish a physical tempo and then get our pass game going to open things up and really keep defenses guessing.”
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