Written and authored by National Football League Expert Analyst Greg Nelson. Charliessports.com produces it for NFL news and notes.
The (1-1) Atlanta Flacons of the NFC South Division will travel to “SOUTH BEACH” ” to take on the (0-2) Miami Dolphins of the AFC East in 2015 NFL Preseason action. The team will play on Saturday, August 29th, 2015 at 7:00 PM EST. Atlanta has mixed reviews their first two games of the exhibition season. The first team offense has moved the football. Scoring on their opening drives the first two weeks. Offensive tackle Branden Albert has been cleared to play, but may be held of the game. The Miami Dolphins close out the preseason with two straight home games. The opening betting line has Atlanta as a three and a half-point Road Underdog Against The Spread. The betting odds total is 44-points for Saturday’s game.
The Atlanta Falcons organization are building a new stadium. They recently made a deal with Mercedes-Benz for sponsorship. The Georgia Dome is not that old, but the NFL is a money making machine. Back to Football, the Falcons second, and third unit were beaten badly at the New York Jets in week two. The Atlanta starters got off to a 14-0 lead, and that is all that matters. You also like to have your backups ready for action, just in case. Starting quarterback Matt Ryan was impressive. Backup T.J. Yates threw an interception and was eight of fifteen passing. The coaching staff is looking to see what third-round draft pick Tevin Coleman can do in a game situation. The former Indiana Hoosier star has impressed in practice, but injuries have kept him out of game action. Projected starter Devonta Freeman s also nursing a minor ailment. The Atlanta coaching staff is aware of the Falcons “SOFT” label. Rookie Vic Beasley and second-year defensive tackle Ra’Shede Hageman have the ability to become impact players.
The 2015 Miami Dolphins signed the prize of the 2015 free agent class. Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is good as advertised, are the words coming out of Dolphins camp. Starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill has been lights out in the preseason. The former Texas A&M wide receiver looks like the franchise signal caller they have been looking for since Dan Marino retired. Running back Lamar Miller has become a leader and is ready to have a breakout season. The Dolphins are also set at wide receiver; the o-line must continue to gel as a unit. There have been many issues on the Dolphins offensive line the past few seasons. It started with the bullying incident in 2013. Starting safety, Louis Delmas is out for the season with a knee injury suffered in joint workouts with the Carolina Panthers. Michael Thomas must be ready to step in and fill the void. The Dolphins play their renovated stadium for the first time this season.
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