As if this weekend was not hard enough to endure, the Miami Dolphins officially have another starter on offense. The Dolphins have suffered a considerable amount of lumps in the first 6.5 weeks of the season – and now they have to deal with one of the best front-line footballers in the world without starting Center and team captain Daniel Kilgore.  The Dolphins have been a team in recent years struggling with the physical game of Bills defense – and the contest this weekend should be no different Report of the Week – which was released yesterday. Kilgore did not train with a knee problem at all this week, which officially excluded him from the game. The only other dolphin officially out there is DE Avery Moss ̵
An unfortunate twist on his knee for Kilgore Not only emphasizes the inside of the dolphins by upsetting the interior, and slows down the development of Michael Deiter from the third round of 2019, arguably the only long-term piece in Miami's line of attack. Deiter has played in his short professional career with three different left tackles and now two separate centers – making communication and execution even more difficult than it already is.