Miami has not given up a passing touchdown to a wide receiver so far this season. While that might seem like an impressive statistic, they’ve been eaten alive by tight ends in their first five games.
Opposing tight ends have made 25 catches for 358 yards and 6 touchdowns in five games. So tight ends have accounted for six of the eight passing touchdowns scored on the Dolphins this season. Running backs scored the other two passing touchdowns against Miami.
That doesn’t speak well for Dolphins safeties Chris Clemons and Reshad Jones.
One has to think that the Bills will want to take advantage of those safeties with Scott Chandler, who has been very productive so far this season.
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