The Dolphins jump to the top of the NFL offensive charts

The Miami Dolphins blew the Broncos out of the water with a 70-20 win on September 24th, starting their season off strong with a 3-0 record.

This Sunday, the Dolphins fell to the Bills 20-48, setting both the teams at a 3-1 record.

The Bills have a highly ranked defense as they are ranked third or better in total points and yards allowed.

“The Bills defense had been pretty solid throughout the season mostly just hiding behind the offense’s talent,” junior Anderson Krisko said.

While the Bills defense is strong, the Dolphin’s offense has been recently ranked number one in the league.

“The Dolphins offense has simply been [exciting] to watch,” senior Jason Penn said, “They are on the right path to go hard and far in the playoffs this season.”

According to the NFL statistics, the Dolphins have 2044 total offensive yards, 546 more yards than their opponents in four games.

“The Dolphins offense looks very explosive and is a great representation of a new football philosophy which will probably reach the larger league in a couple of years,” senior Jack Zabrowski said.

After this weekend the Dolphins have scored 17 touchdowns this season.

“Tyreek Hill and Jalen Waddle are both really good receivers,” junior Azan Mazhar said.

With a total of 1373 passing yards after this Sunday, they outshine their opponents collective 1004 passing yards.

Dolphins Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa threw for 466 yards and three touchdowns in the season starting game against the Chargers. This is the third best that has ever been thrown in week one, just below Tom Brady and Dan Marino’s records.

“I see the Dolphins doing incredibly well as long as Tua and their receivers can stay healthy,” Zabrowksi said.