It's been well documented that over the past few years the Dolphins defense has had a tough time dealing with big targets. It almost feels like it's a weekly occurance that a tight end has the game of his life against Kevin Coyle's unit, something that was supposed to have been sorted out with the additions of linebackers Dannell Ellerbe and Philip Wheeler in the offseason, but the problem has not gone away.
Jordan Cameron, TE, Cleveland Browns
Jordan Cameron had a breakout game against Miami on the opening day, a performance that he's built on as the season has progressed. Cameron is the perfect example of how you don't need a ton of speed to cause problems when facing this defense. His 9 receptions showed the Dolphins inability to adjust, and the touchdown showed how easy it is to get behind the Dolphins defense.no comments