The Miami Dolphins are back in action at Hard Rock Stadium tomorrow to face their long-time rival, the New York Jets. As the Jets look to enter into the win column for the first time this season, the Dolphins are looking to prove themselves right to part ways and move on from head coach Adam Gase — who now has the Jets teetering on the brink of disaster as the coach executes play after play straight out of his coaching approach to the Dolphins from 2016-2018.
You know, the one that lost him the locker room and left the Dolphins as a tangled mess in his wake?
But as Miami looks to continue their offensive success against the Jets defense, how can they best do so in tomorrow’s game?
Run behind Kindley and Hunt
This duo had some impressive double teams in their first extended work aside one another. And even though the 49ers were banged up on the defensive line, they still offer more upside and talent than what the Jets’ base personnel offers in the trenches. Yes, Quinnen Williams continues to flash as a former top-5 overall pick. But Hunt and Kindley bring over 660 pounds of mass into double teams and when they work from a A-level to the B-level to pick off a linebacker, they are capable of forming quite the wall to seal a game. Let’s see Miami physically impose their will behind their impressive rookies.