5 Miami Dolphins to watch out for in Week 6
With the firing of Jay Gruden to start the week, the Washington Redskins don't have time to dwell on the situation. They have their best chance of the season to get their first win in Week 6.
Then again, the Miami Dolphins are probably thinking the same exact thing. The battle of the winless takes place on Sunday. One team has to walk away a winner, right? God forbid this game ends up in a tie.
It will be interesting to see what interim head coach Bill Callahan brings to the table this Sunday. Working for his side, he'll have Case Keenum returning to the starting lineup. Keenum was replaced by Colt McCoy in Jay Gruden's final game at the head of the table and comes back with a solid 970 passing yards along with seven touchdowns against four interceptions. His favorite target, rookie wideout Terry McLaurin returned in Week 5 after missing a game and should be closer to full strength.
Callahan has indicated he wants to return to establishing the run, which means Adrian Peterson is going to be a big part of the offense moving forward, music to the future Hall of Famer's ears. Even though both top tight ends, Jordan Reed and Vernon Davis, will miss the game due to concussions, Washington's offense will still be as intact as it has been over the last several games.
As for the other side? Here are 5 Miami Dolphins to watch out for.
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