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MIAMI (4 - 4) at TAMPA BAY (0 - 8)
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Week 10 Monday, 11/11/2013 8:40 PM
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MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-4-1.24-44-221.712.1315.2(5.4)1.923.410.9368.7(5.4)1.9
Road Games2-2+0.22-22-220.212.5326.2(5.2)2.223.712.0364.0(5.7)1.5
Last 3 Games1-2-1.91-20-120.013.7313.0(4.9)2.323.37.7328.3(4.7)2.0
Grass Games3-2-0.23-22-123.210.6298.4(5.3)1.420.49.2357.0(5)2.4
MIAMI - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)21.712.117.628:3123-98(4.3)22-3660.6%218(6)59-315(5.4)(14.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.811.319.331:3728-115(4.1)21-3559.1%229(6.5)63-344(5.4)(15.8)
Offense Road Games20.212.520.230:5125-98(3.9)23-3761.1%228(6.1)62-326(5.2)(16.1)
Defense (All Games)23.410.921.532:3229-116(4)24-3960.6%252(6.5)68-369(5.4)(15.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.231220.130:0526-101(3.9)23-3860.7%250(6.5)64-351(5.4)(15.2)
Defense Road Games23.712.021.229:0925-100(4)23-3959.9%264(6.7)64-364(5.7)(15.3)
MIAMI - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.90.61.5215-639.0%1-043.1%2-48(23)23-2(9.9)7-57
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 15-639.0%1-057.1%2-54(24.2)3-28(8.8)6-49
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.51.5 14-537.7%1-044.9%2-48(23.7)24-2(9.9)6-53
Stats Against (Road Games) 13-430.8%1-150.0%2-53(23.7)2-26(10.4)6-37

TAMPA BAY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games0-8-8.12-64-415.511.0304.2(4.8)1.423.712.2348.0(5.7)1.6
Home Games0-4-4.41-32-214.210.0293.5(4.6)1.722.79.5354.0(5.7)1.5
Last 3 Games0-3-21-23-020.012.3328.0(4.9)0.729.715.0343.3(6.3)1.3
Grass Games0-4-4.41-32-214.210.0293.5(4.6)1.722.79.5354.0(5.7)1.5
TAMPA BAY - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)15.511.018.631:1326-107(4.1)21-3755.9%197(5.3)64-304(4.8)(19.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.20.810.719.630:1126-104(4.1)22-3760.4%233(6.3)62-338(5.4)(16.3)
Offense Home Games14.210.018.030:1025-95(3.9)22-4056.0%198(5)64-293(4.6)(20.6)
Defense (All Games)23.712.220.529:3827-107(4)22-3465.7%240(7)61-348(5.7)(14.7)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.912.320.630:1928-118(4.2)21-3462.4%240(7)62-359(5.8)(15)
Defense Home Games22.79.520.029:4925-99(4)23-3762.6%254(6.9)62-354(5.7)(15.6)
TAMPA BAY - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against1.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-540.4%0-050.0%1-29(21.1)2-20(12.2)6-60
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.10.61.7 13-539.5%1-044.2%2-41(21.8)21-2(9.6)6-53
Stats Against (Home Games) 12-436.0%0-050.0%1-28(22.4)1-7(4.8)6-54
Average power rating of opponents played: MIAMI 22.2,  TAMPA BAY 23.1
MIAMI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/15/2013@ INDIANAPOLIS24-20W1.5W43.5O27-10123-34-297126-13325-43-3151
9/30/2013@ NEW ORLEANS17-38L6.5L48.5O19-11522-35-216424-6830-39-3971
10/27/2013@ NEW ENGLAND17-27L6L46U31-15622-42-145337-15213-22-1001
11/11/2013@ TAMPA BAY            
11/17/2013SAN DIEGO            
12/1/2013@ NY JETS            
12/8/2013@ PITTSBURGH            

TAMPA BAY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/15/2013NEW ORLEANS14-16L3W48.5U33-1609-22-113220-7526-46-2962
9/22/2013@ NEW ENGLAND3-23L7L44.5U22-9719-41-226133-15625-36-2021
10/20/2013@ ATLANTA23-31L6.5L43.5O28-11126-44-226118-1820-26-2731
11/3/2013@ SEATTLE24-27L16W40O38-20518-24-145035-19819-26-2173
11/24/2013@ DETROIT            
12/1/2013@ CAROLINA            
MIAMI: More than last season, this year's Miami offense figures to more closely resemble the one head coach Joe Philbin was a part of in Green Bay. Expect a lot more running out of spread looks, as the Dolphins have the personnel to line up three- and four-wide and let speedy slasher Lamar Miller stick his foot in the ground and get upfield. Miller is set to get a true No. 1 workload behind a zone-blocking line. Daniel Thomas is the No. 2 but spends a lot of time in the doghouse. The Dolphins are largely a West Coast offense, but they'll be able to stretch the field more this season. Both Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline are capable of big plays downfield, and Wallace will be used often as a catch-and-run threat as well. TE Dustin Keller will play a lot of reps and should be their primary target in the middle of the field. Brandon Gibson figures to return to strictly slot duties, as his skill set is similar to that of the departed Davone Bess. The Dolphins use their backs as receivers often, and both Miller and Thomas are capable receivers. The Dolphins figure to remain relatively run-heavy in the red zone, especially after losing top red zone target Anthony Fasano. The Dolphins finished seventh in scoring defense despite not forcing a turnover in seven of their final nine games. They moved up to draft DE Dion Jordan to line up opposite star DE Cameron Wake (15 sacks), and are banking on both CBs Brent Grimes (Achilles) and Richard Marshall (back) to be injury-free. Miami released ILBs Karlos Dansby and Kevin Burnett, and spent big on MLB Dannell Ellerbe (92 tackles, 69 solos with Ravens), giving him to a 5-year, $35M deal, and then grabbed SLB Philip Wheeler (109 tackles, 78 solos with Raiders) and inked him to $26M over five years.
TAMPA BAY: Because the team was involved in so many back-and-forth, comeback affairs, Tampa was more pass-happy than head coach Greg Schiano would have liked. That should change this year, as they'll rely heavily on Doug Martin as the centerpiece of the offense. They'll continue to use a lot of zone blocking in front of Martin, and Erik Lorig will be on the field often as a lead blocker. They added ex-Bengal hybrid back Brian Leonard, one of Schiano's best players at Rutgers. He figures to take some passing down reps from Martin, but he won't get many carries. Rookie Mike James won't be used much either. The Bucs brass is reportedly a little sour on Josh Freeman, and they may opt to take the ball out of his hands more. Most of what they'll do will be based off play-action and aimed at getting the big play. Vincent Jackson will continue to see a ton of passes thrown his way on the outside, with Mike Williams settled in as a complementary player. Martin will see more work in the passing game, both as a safety valve and on screens. The Bucs don't have a big role for the tight ends in this offense, but they don't have much talent at that position anyway. Tampa Bay would also like to get more run-heavy in the red zone, where Martin now takes pretty much all reps. The Bucs boasted the NFL's No. 1 run defense (82.5 rush YPG allowed), but only because teams torched them through the air for a league-worst 297 passing YPG. Shutdown CB Darrelle Revis and hard-hitting FS Dashon Goldson will help fix the broken secondary, but the pass rush (26 sacks, T-3rd-worst in NFL) is still pretty weak, even if DE Adrian Clayborn returns 100 percent from last year's torn ACL. But there's nothing weak about non-stop WLB Lavonte David who recorded 20 TFL (3rd in NFL) as a rookie last year.
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*Dolphins-Buccaneers Preview* =============================


Very little talk surrounding the Miami Dolphins this week has had anything to do with what happens on the field or the strategy for Week 10.

On Monday night against the winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Dolphins will try to move past a week full of headlines involving alleged internal harassment between players and a league investigation into the matter.

"Right now we're focused on sticking together as a team, having each others' backs as a team, and getting ready to play a football game," Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill said. "At the end of the day, we're playing a Tampa Bay team on the road on Monday. So we have to deal with this, yes, but we also have to get ready to play a football game."

A second straight win would move the Dolphins (4-4) above .500 and get them back into the forefront of the AFC wild-card discussion.

They've had a streaky first eight games, winning their first three before dropping the next four. A 22-20 overtime win over Cincinnati at home Thursday night ended with a safety when Cameron Wake sacked Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton.

"It's almost like a movie moment," said Wake, only the third player in NFL history to end an overtime game with a sack.

Behind Lamar Miller's first career 100-yard rushing day, Miami's ground game has continually gained steam in recent weeks. Miller ran for 105 yards on 16 carries, helping the Dolphins set a season high (157) for the third straight week after they totaled 156 and 120 yards in the previous two games.

"You never want to lose four games in a row," coach Joe Philbin said. "And we had an excellent football team coming in town. It was time for us to step up and we had to make a decision - what are we going to be? And I thought they answered the bell pretty well."

Miami forced four turnovers for the first time this year and Tannehill didn't throw an interception after tossing four in his previous two games. The Dolphins lost one fumble and evened their season turnover ratio heading into the Tampa Bay game.

Tannehill was 20 of 28 for 208 yards, but was sacked three times. He's absorbed three or more in seven of eight games, giving him an NFL-high 35.

Consistent protection has been made even more tricky with starting offensive linemen Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito sidelined. Martin left the team before last week's game due to alleged bullying by Incognito, who was suspended indefinitely this week.

The Bucs (0-8) remain winless after blowing a fourth-quarter lead for the fourth time this season in Sunday's 27-24 loss at Seattle.

"Tough loss, but there's a lot of good things on that tape. ... Things we can build off of," coach Greg Schiano said.

They led 21-0 late in the second quarter, but didn't score after Rian Lindell's 33-yard field goal with 9:48 left in the third gave them a 24-7 lead. The Seahawks scored the final 20 points, including the winning field goal in overtime.

The 24 points were a season-best for Tampa Bay, which ranks second to last in points per game (15.5) and yards per game (304.4).

Rookies Mike Glennon and Mike James offered the team a glimpse of offensive improvement.

Glennon connected on 17 of 23 passes for 168 yards and has thrown five touchdowns with no interceptions in the last three games. His 123.1 rating against the Seahawks ranks third among rookie quarterbacks this year.

James ran for a career-high 158 yards on 28 carries as he continues to fill in for the injured Doug Martin.

"Those are things that are getting us excited and encouraged," Schiano said. "Three games without an interception. That's how we have to play the game. I'm mad at myself for not getting us there sooner."

The Bucs have won three of four against the Dolphins, including the last two meetings in Tampa Bay. The Dolphins haven't won there since Oct. 30, 1988.

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Last Updated: 4/26/2018 8:36:38 AM EST

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