Miami Dolphins’ Nate Ness, Paul Soliai Shine In Preseason Win Over Bucs

August 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Miami Dolphins' preseason opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was played in a downpour, making what would typically be a pretty sloppy game anyway that much sloppier.

The Dolphins' struggled with drops early on and failed to get much going, although they forced a handful of turnovers from the Buccaneers and eventually found the end zone on a Lex Hilliard run.

The teams also traded field goals in the low-scoring affair, giving Miami a 10-7 win and a 1-0 record in the exhibition portion of the season.

Here are my observations from the Dolphins' win over the Buccaneers:

There really isn't any way to evaluate Chad Henne's performance, as he had numerous drops during his time in the game and he played in the worst weather conditions of the night. It's hard to say what exactly the motivations were behind Tyler Thigpen playing so much and Pat White not at all (except to kneel at the end of the game, which was just mean). The Dol...

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