After rushing for over 100 yards in two of their first three games this season, the Dolphins haven’t done it since.
Miami hasn’t hit the century mark rushing as a team in six games. Bills head coach Chan Gailey is naturally hoping that continues, knowing it puts added pressure on a rookie quarterback to make plays.
“It puts pressure on any QB, not just rookies, but maybe more so rookies. Asking them to go win the game is very difficult,” said Gailey. “He’s done a good job of taking care of the football and managing the offense and putting the ball in the end zone. If they lose the running game which we’re hoping to stop a little bit, it’ll put more pressure on him and that’s what we want.”
Of course the Dolphins are looking at Buffalo’s run defense numbers and thinking they can get their run game back on track.
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