Suh Good, Suh Good

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Head coach Joe Philbin of the Miami Dolphins has to be feeling “Suh Good” after signing defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh in free-agency who previously played for the Detroit Lions. Suh is a fearless wild animal who dominates on the defensive line. This past season, the former All-American out of Nebraska registered 53 tackles with 8.5 sacks for the Detroit Lions. He made the Pro Bowl four times and was named the Associated Press NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2010. The Dolphins finished with one of the top defenses in the NFL at ranked #12, and adding Suh will just make the defense a more dominant force with a player who’s able to control the line of scrimmage and disrupt plays.

Joe Philbin has done a fantastic job building the Dolphins since inheriting the team in 2012. The former Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator has made a statement bringing Suh to the team, and really wants to bring the city of Miami another Super Bowl trophy. Even though team finished 8-8 this past season, the Dolphins are not a push over team. When you have to deal with linebacker Jelani Jenkins, defensive back Brent Grimes, and linebacker Cameron Wake, it can give offensive coordinators heart attacks because of how these players get to the football so quickly. Wake, a seventh year player out of Penn State, is a sacking machine, and finished the 2014 season with 11.5 sacks. Adding Ndamukong Suh who can hit the gaps quickly to get to the quarterback will give the offense many opportunities if mistakes are made. In other words, the defense will bail the offense out of trouble.

The Dolphins ranked 6th in passing yards per game (222.3) and 24th in rushing defense (121.1). Suh will definitely be a difference maker, and will make Miami a more complete and scarier team. Philbin should be proud of the job he has done and the team he has put together over the years. Running back Lamar Miller has already established himself as a solid running back for years to come after passing the 1,000 yard rush mark at 1,099 yards and 8 touchdowns. Jarvis Landry, the LSU product has shown Miami coaches that he could be the Dolphins number one target at wide receiver after hauling in 84 receptions in his rookie season. The Dolphins have the pieces in place and can be a 10 win team. Dolphin fans can be sure that coach Philbin is very excited to get started working with Suh and improving from last years woes.

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