Thursday, September 29, 2016

Dolphins @ Bengals as "A QB Driven League" + "Sunday Talk" goes #TNF from the "Jungle on the Ohio"!...The Aqua Boyz 305 at 1-2 has a tough task taking on a surprising 1-2 #WhoDey Bunch that can ill afford to lose another game in the AFC North! #MIAvsCIN #PhinsUp #WhoDey #TNF #AQBDrivenLeague #SundayTalk #NFLWeek4

The Miami Dolphins arrive in Cincy with a disappointing 1-2 W-L on the 2K16 season as they are chasing who else the 3-0 New England Patriots. The Cincinnati Bengals on the other hand  favorite to repeat in the AFC North is at 1-2 a game behind the AFC North leading Baltimore Ravens and the second place Pittsburgh Steelers. Something has to give as rain is in the forecast and Defense and a solid Run Game travels in the elements...

MIAMI (1-2, 0-1 AFC East)
CINCINNATI (1-2, 0-1 AFC North)

#TNF going A QB Driven League + Sunday Talk
Thursday September 29th, 2K16 @ 8:30pm ET
"Jungle on the Ohio"

Key Players


QB Tannehill
RB Arian Foster
WRs Still/Landry
C Twin Pouncey #51
DT Suh
DE Wake
LB Alonso
SS R. Jones
CB B. Maxwell


QB Dalton
RB Hill/Bernard
WR A.J. Green
LT Whitworth
DE Dunlap
DT Atkins
LB Maualaga
CB Pac-Man Jones
FS G. Iloka

For #AquaBoyz305 to get the "W"

They must establish RB Arian Foster and a run game. Also WR Kenny Stills must win his matchup as the Bengals will do everything in their power to limit Jarvis Landry underneath and in the intermediate passing game. 

On Defense limit AJ Green and slow down Jeremy Hill in the run game and Giovanni Bernard in the short passing game. QB Dalton needs to be pressured and hurried as those two elements are in most cases better then the red jersey collection itself.   

For #WhoDey to get the "W"

The Bengals must win the turnover battle and get off the field on 3rd down on defense. Keep #WhoDeyNation into the game as they lost their home opener last Sunday to the Broncos. The Bengals passing game must be more than Green and Bernard in order for them to win big. 

That Defense is still solid as the Broncos last week exposed their secondary when Dre Kirkpatrick went down early and never returned. 


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