Dolphins score unusual defensive TD on Matt Cassel sack


It was the fact that Marcus Mariota left the game at halftime with a strained hamstring, and seeing how the already-reeling Titans fared without him. While I don't believe this about Kaepernick, I could believe that someone else believes this; but I think we can all agree that Weeden has trouble throwing his own dishes in the sink. "If anybody's doing it wrong, it needs to be down to one guy, to where we can still have success on the play".

The start could be critical. Their lone real threat to score ended when Jay Cutler was intercepted in the end zone in the first quarter. Reese said. "Brandon Weeden comes in here and knows what he has to do is he has to conform exactly to whatever it is they want". Mariota did however lead the Titans with4 carries for 39 yards and a pair of touchdowns, while DeMarco Murray used his team-high 7 carries to rack up 31 yards. Mariota is averaging just as many yards per carry in 2017, rushing for 116 yards and three touchdowns on 20 attempts. Weeden said Wednesday. "From the minute I got in the building I didn't really know what was next". But Mariota just ran for two TDs for the first time in his career, the franchise's first quarterback with two TDs rushing since Steve McNair against New England on October 5, 2003. "I enjoy it. I can't wait". The Dolphins defense started off strong, keeping Brees and his weapons in check for a good chunk of the game. Against the Saints last week, Cordrea Tankersley replaced Maxwell in the Dolphins starting lineup. How long are we going to be on the field?

Kaepernick threw for 12,271 yards and 72 touchdowns against 30 interceptions in five seasons as the starter in San Francisco.

Point spreads don't look to be much of a factor on the Week 5 National Football League board, with 11 of the remaining 13 games projected to be within a field goal, and precious few options to work on or off key numbers such as 3.5, 4 and 7 means fewer picks against the spread this week.

Jay Ajayi showd up on the injury report again this week, but will play. The 2014 Heisman Trophy victor, Mariota is also a threat on the ground as he averaged 5.8 yards per attempt and rushed for 349 yards and two touchdowns in 2016.