Sunday, October 07, 2012
Anthony Armstrong could be the key to a Dolphins win
The Bengals are going to be without former Dolphins CB Jason Allen and rookie Dre Kirkpatrick. Also somewhat surprising news Nate Clemens who normally starts at CB will be playing safety leaving Leon Hall and Terrance Newman to start at the two CB positions. Both are pretty good corner backs and could give Hartline and Bess trouble during the game, which is why I believe that one of the keys to a Dolphins win becomes the play of Anthony Armstrong. With Allen and Kirkpatrick out and Clemens moving to safety, Armstrong will probably be up against Adam Jones for much of the game. With Naanee gone and Gaffney inactive it's time for Armstrong to step up and provide some help to not only Tannehill but to (the NFL's leading receiver) Hartline and Bess helping them receive one on one coverages. A solid 4 or 5 catch game for 50 or 60 yards could provide a lot of help to this team.