Randy.Salas at startribune.com
Mon Oct 5 13:48:13 GMT 2009
It is a concern. But Ryan has different players now. The Dolphins should run the Wildcat until it doesn't work.
Actually, the best thing would be for the Dolphins never to need it. If Henne keeps things moving in the base offense, the Jets will have spent a lot of defensive practice time working on something for nothing.
That was one interesting comment from yesterday's game: The Bills spent a lot of practice time addressing the Wildcat. It didn't have a big effect on the Dolphins, AND it lessened the time the Bills spent on other needs.
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Huge game as we all know. I am concerned because it was Rex Ryan's Baltimore defense that took the wildcat out of the game last year - I am sure he will employ similar tactics with Jests. that means Henne really has to step up and play big.
We need to control ball so that our defense can get after Sanchez.
If we can win this one, it's a whole new ball game in AFC East.
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