Why Dolphins’ Offensive Line Will Face Season’s Toughest Test Against Panthers

November 23, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Every game this season has been a test for the Dolphins' offensive line. 
Strike that, every day has been a test for the Dolphins' offensive line during the 2013 season. 
But on Sunday, the toughest test will await an offensive line that has had trouble allowing the team to run the football while giving up 41 sacks through 10 games. 
That test: the Carolina Panthers' front seven, whose improved play in 2013 is one of the main reasons why the Panthers currently sit at 7-3, only one-and-a-half games behind the New Orleans Saints in the NFC South. 
This Panthers defensive front is partly responsible for a defense that has only allowed an average of 84.5 rushing yards per game (good for third in the league). They are also ranked fifth in the NFL in passing defense, ninth in sacks and have a plus-10 turnover differential (which is second in the league). 
If you were to put together a defensive front that could stop the Dolphins, it wouldn't ...

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