NEW ORLEANS — The Miami Dolphins became the first NFL team to win seven games in a row after losing seven in a row with a 20-3 victory over the New Orleans Saints on Monday.
One of the most notable starters, Jaylen Waddle shone on his return to the roster, collecting 10 passes, including one from touchdowns, for a total of 92 yards.
Nick Needham blocks a pass from rising midfielder Ian Book The ball ran 28 yards to score the middle finger. The Dolphins are 8-7 and tied with the Baltimore Ravens, Los Angeles Chargers and Las Vegas Raiders. All of their teams are trying to hold onto one of the last places to make the playoffs in the American League.
The writers hit the field for the first time in the NFL. He started the match with the Saints team (7-8) due to the spread of COVID-19 cases in the team, which sidelined 16 players. They include starter quarterback Tysom Hill and quarterback replacement expert Trevor Simian.
The Saints’ offensive line had to dispense with three key players, including two of his blockers. The book completed 12 of his 20 passes to score 135 yards. He struggled with eight sacks and saw two of his passes were intercepted.
The Saints defense went out of their way to keep Team New Orleans in the game. She was tight until a 5:10 play in the third quarter when Waddle-yard landed on a Tua Tagovailoa pass that made it 17-3.
Tagoviloa started the game with the best passing success rate in the NFL with 69.9 yards for 198 yards plus short touchdowns. However, he saw one of his passes intercepted by Marshawn Lattimore.
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