3. The offensive line stinks
Let’s stop sugar-coating it. Let’s stop making excuses. Let’s stop acting like sometimes they are good, and sometimes they just make mistakes. Stop it! Do not let anyone lie to you any longer. This Miami Dolphins offensive line STINKS!
There is no excuse for two sacks on an opening drive. That is when things should run the smoothest for an offense, as the plays are scripted and have been repped all week. Instead, the Dolphins couldn’t block anyone and got their quarterback hit.
And they got their quarterbacks hit all game. I say quarterbacks because, as you all know, starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was injured while getting sacked on Sunday. Right tackle Jesse Davis, who I have said all offseason has no business protecting Tua Tagovailoa’s blindside, whiffed on a block and got his quarterback hit.
Starting left tackle Austin Jackson was just as bad on Sunday. The Jackson experiment may need to be ended sooner rather than later, as Jackson is progressing with time; he is regressing. It is hard to watch him try and block people because he just struggles so much trying to do it.
I got a lot of heat for saying the offensive line was really bad and they were going to get Tagovailoa hurt, and I hate to say I told you so for something like this, but I told you so. This offensive line wreaks of being the reason the Dolphins have a bad football season.