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NFL Dolphins players kneel after fresh Trump call

October 18 2017, 10:53 | Perry Erickson

Gase got more done with Tebow in Denver than he's getting from Dolphins 'garbage' offense now

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Quarterback Jay Cutler will need to earn his $10 million salary in a game Miami can't afford to lose with games against Atlanta, Baltimore and Oakland looming in the coming weeks. Week three of the season saw hundreds of players, coaches and owners come out for "unity" by kneeling, locking arms in solidarity or remaining in the locker room during the national anthem. After his breakout season in 2016, when he rushed for 1,272 yards and eight touchdowns, Ajayi hopes some home flavor will get him going again.

That massive figure included nine New Orleans Saints who sat on the bench as the song played. Dolphins head coach Adam Gase was left looking for answers to another tame offensive performance from a team who have scored just one touchdown in their last two matches, and that on the final play of a blowout loss to the New York Jets.

Supposedly a strength for the Dolphins, this group looks a little less certain than usual.

Nearly everything that could go wrong dig go wrong in the Dolphins ugly loss to the Jets. Parker (12 receptions, 161 yards, one touchdown) has been hot and cold this season, but his athleticism has always been on display and his size (6-foot-3, 212 pounds) is an advantage.

"It's extremely frustrating", Ajayi said. We have the talent.

As for the over/under, bettors are expecting plenty of fireworks in this one, with 84 percent going over the 49.5-point total.

Along the way, when presented the opportunity - I offer that we all thank a military man or woman and honor our flag and anthem - it is that freedom that is allowing us this discussion today. RB Jay Ajayi hails from London.

"We corrected those mistakes and I think it showed", linebacker A.J. Klein said. I got to see my family, but this game was the main objective of the trip.

While most of the headlines are focused on the Dolphins' struggling offense, the defense has excelled - limiting the Chargers and Jets to a combined 37 points despite playing in hostile environments.

Many of the Saints drives were kept alive by rookie running back Alvin Kamara who proved to be a matchup nightmare for the Dolphins. You have to say, 'Hey listen, this is what I believe and this is what I do.' If that's what they want and that's where they want to hire, then that's great, but I've had conversations with everyone.

Historic ball security: The Saints became just the third team since 1933 to start the season without a turnover in their first four games, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

"Everyone needs to be held accountable on the offense, because we're not doing what we need to do". "We have to figure out how to win and win consistently and win in bunches".



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