Several Miami Dolphins Players Request Trade Following 59-10 Week 1 Loss


If there was ever any doubt that the Miami Dolphins would be one of the worst teams in football this season, Sunday's result should serve as a true indication of where this franchise is headed in the next few months. Nothing. Both sides of the ball are being schooled by a much better Ravens team who looks like they are playing mid-season football right now.

The Dolphins are 5-0 against the spread in their last five games played in Week 1 and are 6-2 ATS in their last eight home games.

So what has gone wrong for Miami? With Laremy Tunsil now in Houston, the Fins have a huge need at left tackle, though the veteran Webb is better viewed as a depth option for Miami. The rest of the line is disgusting.

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Is Minkah Fitzpatrick trying to get himself traded by the Miami Dolphins?

Baltimore took control early, scored touchdowns on its first four drives and cruised to an easy 59-10 win at Hard Rock Stadium.

Ingram finished with 107 yards on 14 carries, but it was that play when he didn't carry that they truly showed how the Ravens run game can complement Jackson and the passing game. His second was a long toss to Brown, who got behind the defense for the longest reception by a Ravens rookie. Eric Rowe has been beaten on a score and Minkah Fitzpatrick was beaten deep as well. Previous year the Dolphins won with a 52-yard pass and double lateral for a Kenyan Drake touchdown on the final play.