The Miami Dolphins make their second trip to New Jersey in three weeks to play the New York Giants this Sunday at 1:00 Eastern. The Dolphins currently sit at 0-6, and rank near the bottom of most statistical categories. They average 15 points a game and are a -7 in turnover ratio. They lost their starting QB Chad Henne a few weeks ago, and former Panther Matt Moore will take the snaps from center this week. They have a decent running attack that they stick to relentlessly during the entirety of the game. Daniel Thomas has rushed for 300 yards in 75 carries, and Reggie Bush has 230 yards on 60 attempts. They have allowed 22 sacks this season.
On Defense they have a total of 14 sacks, with Cameron Wake having 5 of those. Their starting secondary has a total of zero interceptions, with the team totaling only two. They allow an average of almost 380 yards a game while yielding over 24 points per contest.
The good news for the Giants this week is the health of their players. Justin Tuck is back. Chris Snee is back. The entire team is healing in time for the second half push. While this is one of those games where the Giants might start slow, and look a little sluggish, I am hoping that the Seattle disaster a few weeks ago is fresh in their minds. I hope they start quick, get the Dolphins down early, and cruise to an easy win before their schedule turns brutal.