Dolphins Week 12 Rookie Report Card: Top Draft Topic Wins Panthers – NFL Sports

NS Miami Dolphins There were 5 choices in the first 3 rounds of 2021 NFL Draft After that, we welcomed several more rookies. In short, the team is lined with young players who are key contributors. Every week of the 2021 season, I report on the progress of the players in the first year mentioned above and their impact on the team. Let’s see how the young dollar in the 12th week won Carolina Panthers..

Jaylen Waddle, WR (Round 1, 6th overall): A

Waddle is already in the top ranks of the league’s top pass catchers in just 12 games of his career. He was great at the Sunday contest, surrounding nine receptions and touchdowns with 10 targets at 137 yards. His 137 receiving yards accounted for a whopping 59.6% of the total 230 passyards in the quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. Waddle has established itself as the most dangerous weapon in the Miami attack. This is evidenced by a 57-yard catch-and-run, reaching a top speed of 21.80mph, the fourth fastest speed the ball carrier has reached in the NFL this season. For each next-generation statistics..

Jaelan Phillips, LB (1st round, 18th overall): A +

After a late start of the season, Phillips became the dominant force in Miami’s defense. He was involved in Sack in four consecutive games, adding three more to his overall season total against the Panthers. By Ryan Smith of Pro Football Focus, Philips also accumulated 7 quarterback pressure with just 24 pass rush snaps. His combination of power, speed and technique is becoming overwhelming to counter the aggressive lineman as he becomes confident and comfortable in defending Brian Flores’ head coach.

Jevon Holland, S (2nd round, 35th overall): A

The Netherlands continued to run outstandingly on Sunday, proving that the mid-season hot streak was not a fluke. Against Carolina, the Netherlands was consistently around the ball. He recorded a false Cam Newton throw, pass defense, and pass cut in fumble recovery. The Netherlands has established itself as a fundamental part of Miami’s talented secondary and is one of the league’s most explosive rookie defenders.

Liam Eichenberg, OT (2nd round, 42nd overall): A-

Eichenberg’s upward orbit steadily advanced on Sunday. Except for the holding penalty in the fourth quarter, he was almost perfect, with 34 pass-blocking snaps, one quarterback pressure and zero sack. Every professional football focus.. After this year’s rocky start, which involves playing multiple positions along the offensive line, Eichenberg appears to be settling on the left tackle.

Hunter Long, TE (3rd round, 81st overall): C

After a healthy scratch for most of the season, Long was active in the absence of Adam Shaheen (knee) on the third string tight end of the 12th week. Long took the field with 24 snaps (32%), but is mainly used as a blocker and is not covered in pass games.

Rannell Coleman, OT (7th round, 231st overall): N / A

Coleman is currently on the disabled list in Miami.

Gerrid Doaks, RB (7th round, 244th overall): N / A

Doaks is currently on the Miami practice team.

Trill Williams, DB (Undrafted Free Agent): N / A

Williams (hamstring) was inactive during the 12th week.

Robert Jones, OL (Undrafted Free Agent): N / A

Jones did not record an aggressive snap in the 12th week.

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Dolphins Week 12 Rookie Report Card: Top Draft Topic Wins Panthers Dolphins Week 12 Rookie Report Card: Top Draft Topic Wins Panthers

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