A look at the highlights and lowlights for the Miami Dolphins in the first half of their Week 3 game against the Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium: DOLPHINS HIGHLIGHTS -- Jaelan Phillips made his presence felt early, helping to stop Kenyan Drake after a 3-yard run on the first offensive snap of the game.
The Miami Dolphins defense has stepped up today and now the Dolphins offense is making a case for themselves as well as Miami opens up two TD lead. The Dolphins are on top of the Raiders by 14 thanks to a 24-yard scamper by running back Malcolm Brown.
The Miami Dolphins are looking to keep their lofty aspirations for the 2021 season alive. The last week has been filled with plenty of external pessimism around the team — and now comes the time to change the narrative for Miami.
The Miami Dolphins are preparing to face the Las Vegas Raiders in a Week 3 showdown. With the game about 90 minutes away, both teams have released their inactive players list for the game, getting down to the league-mandated 48 players available for each week’s contest.
Reid Sinnett has spent his entire NFL career on a practice squad and today he will be on the active roster and will be one play from seeing the field. In a way, seeing Sinnett take the field today would be an interesting twist to the season.
The old adage in the NFL goes, you don’t lose your job due to injury, but the Miami Dolphins may have a QB controversy if Jacoby Brissett plays well. Consider it a three week audition of sorts for Brissett.
The Miami Dolphins traded for 2020 first-round pick Isaiah Wilson this offseason. It was a trade that I thought made a lot of sense for the Dolphins, and clearly, Miami agreed because they ended up making the deal to acquire him.