The Miami Dolphins beat the New York Giants on Sunday evening 20-9 at Hard Rock Stadium to move to 6-7 on the season.
Miami’s safeguard played all around ok to hold Mike Glennon and the Giants’ offense back from getting in the end zone. They terminated the quarterback multiple times and exploited a major danger by Glennon that brought about a Xavien Howard capture attempt.
On the opposite side of the ball, Tua Tagovailoa observed Mack Hollins and Isaiah Ford in the end zone in the second and fourth quarters, individually, to give them the lead and expand it. They were driving the field effortlessly, yet they did what’s necessary to procure the success.
Presently, they can get some decent rest and perhaps get some more folks back before their next game against the New York Jets.
Here are the players who merit more recognition and the people who merit some fault for their exhibitions against the Giants.
WINNER: WR Jaylen Waddle
Consistently the Dolphins tenderfoot wideout goes out and dazzles. This week, he recorded nine gatherings for 90 yards prior to managing the issues in the final quarter that held him out almost the remainder of the game. Waddle’s 11 gatherings were tied for the lead in the group with Mike Gesicki, as they keep on being Tagovailoa’s top targets.
Waddle’s exhibition poor Miami’s establishment record for gatherings in a season by a freshman (84) that was recently held by Jarvis Landry. In the event that the tenderfoot proceeds with this speed, he can break the NFL’s record of 101 gatherings set by Anquan Boldin.
LOSER: Myles Gaskin
Miami’s running match-up has been horrible for the greater part of the year. Entering Sunday, they found the middle value of 80.2 yards per game on the ground, the second-least in the NFL.
That number just deteriorates after the group had only 68 yards against the Giants. Myles Gaskin, the Dolphins’ top back, ran for only 44 yards on 15 conveys, under three yards for every endeavor.
Gaskin likewise neglected to get a square a linebacker that was plainly his task that brought about Tagovailoa taking a sack.
It’s not all on Gaskin on the grounds that the line has been frightful in 2021, however he merits some fault.
WINNER: LB Jaelan Phillips
Phillips had another multi-sack game on Sunday, as he cut Mike Glennon down twice. That brings his season all out to 8.5 sacks on the year, what broke the Dolphins’ record for sacks by a newbie (8) with four games remaining.
Prior in the season, fans were teasing the youthful edge protector for not completing sacks. Over the most recent couple of weeks, notwithstanding, he’s been on a beast run that should calm the vast majority of his cynics.
WINNER: LB Andrew Van Ginkel
Van Ginkel’s down will not get a huge load of acknowledgment. He recorded five handles, one for a misfortune, and a batted pass. It was anything but a colossal day that will stand out enough to be noticed, however he ought to be associated with how elaborate he was.
On virtually every run, Van Ginkel was zooming around the ball and holding the transporter back from getting up field. There were several external runs that he will not get acknowledgment for, however his work prompted his colleagues getting handles behind the line.