In preparation for Sunday’s opener against the Bills, it’s time to hit the film room for a little study session. Okay, so I don’t have the time or resources to put together the kind of film NFL teams evaluate week in and week out. But with a little trip to YouTube, we can revisit the two Dolphins-Bills games from last season, as well as check out some Bills highlights that showcase some of the things the Dolphins should probably be worried about.
2009 Week 4: Dolphins 38 Bills 10- An example of what the Dolphins are capable of if they can get the running game going early and often, avoid turnovers, and force a few takeaways on defense.
2009 Week 12: Bills 31 Dolphins 14- An example of what is sure to happen to the Dolphins if they let the Bills hang around at home.
C.J. Spiller’s 31 yard touchdown against the Colts- Just shows what a dangerous player Spiller will be if the Dolphins let him get free into space.
C.J. Spiller’s 20 yard touchdown run against the Bengals- Demonstrates how important it will be for the Dolphins’ outside linebackers to set the edge. Koa Misi, Ikaika Alama-Francis, and Cameron Wake, I’m talking to you.
Trent Edwards’ 70 yard touchdown strike to Lee Evans- the biggest play in a very solid preseason for Edwards.