Dolphins’ Brown, improved o-line, give a glimpse of greatness against Panthers

By Hugo Guzman  |   Monday, August 24, 2009  |  Comments( 6 )

Miami Dolphins
It was a meaningless preseason game in one sense. But in another sense, it was a glimpse of what the immediate future holds for Ronnie Brown and the Miami Dolphins offense. On Saturday night, Brown and his offensive line mates bullied the Carolina Panthers' front seven from the get go, gaining significant chunks of yardage on the first three plays...
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04:37 PM
yes, i do agree with you. There was a huge push in the middle by the O-line. The phish haven't seen that strong a performance by the Offensive line in quite some time. Hope this is just a sign of an ever improving group and one that stays healthy throughout the year.
12:23 PM
As excited as i was to see the Dolphins offense get going Saturday Night, I am reminded that the Giants did the same exact thing against Carolina! I'm not being a pessimist, just cautious. I would be most pleased if we do the same against Tampa! I think the Dolphin defense could be the best we've seen in since 2001!! Probably better!! My prediction, if we go 3-0 or even 2-1 to start the season..We repeat as AFC East Champs!!
05:42 PM
Dolphins D needs to tackle better and the special teams need to tighten up their play ore those first three games of the season might be in the loss column.
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