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Miami Dolphins vs. New Orleans Saints: Breaking Down Miami's Game Plan
By Chris Kouffman
(Featured Columnist) on September 26, 2013
The New Orleans Saints present the toughest challenge the undefeated Miami Dolphins have faced so far this season. The Saints boast the best offense the Dolphins have seen to date, and perhaps even the best defense as well.
Here we will focus on how the Miami Dolphins should look to attack New Orleans, on both sides of the ball, so they can come away victorious in front of a national television audience this Monday night.
*All statistics courtesy of Pro Football Focus, unless otherwise noted.
When New Orleans Has the Ball
Stopping the New Orleans Saints' high-powered offense will be no easy task. The Saints bring to the table the best quarterback the Dolphins defense has faced this year along with the best tight end, the best pass-catching tailback and the second-best wide receiver the team has faced thus far.
Believe it or not, stopping the Saints offense begins with stopping the run and screen games. This is because the Saints are at their most vulnerable when put behind schedule on down-and-distance: