No early Christmas presents for the Dolphins
Miami has won seven games this season despite having a defense that has performed poorly against both the run and the pass. But thanks to their defense forcing the third-most turnovers in the NFL, the Dolphins have been able to remain competitive in the majority of their matchups this year.
Miami will not be getting any easy takeaways against the Vikings on Sunday though. Being better at taking care of the football is likely going to be another aspect of Minnesota’s offense that will be emphasized even more with Kevin Stefanski as the team’s interim offensive coordinator.
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Expect Stefanski to call plays that don’t put his players in position to commit easy turnovers. Having Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins get the ball out quickly on each pass play is something that should be expected for this week in an effort to help eliminate some of the chances for costly turnovers.
The Dolphins have only played in three games this season that ended with their opponents not committing a single turnover. That number will increase to four on Sunday when their defense finishes with zero takeaways against Minnesota.