I guess since we're not top 5 in points per drive must mean that most of our drives end in FGs. Still points.
Pretty impressive when according to all the metrics we have the 2nd worst OL in the league.
Even more than just scoring points, it was methodical. A lot of times a team luck into a big game, where the ball bounces thier way all afternoon, but I didn't see that.Watching Miami score over and over on Sunday was awesome! It was quite amazing, and quite different from Philbin's "dynamic, explosive, high-scoring" offense (his words) which usually took until nearly half-time to move the ball anywhere near the Red Zone!
Imagine if half of those are touchdowns instead....Good chance we are 4-1 instead of 2-3. Of course thats really meaningless, although it does seem like we are moving the ball down the field better. All of this when our highest individual rusher has been 66 yards in a game.Here's a fun stat. Sanders has attempted 14 fgs in 5 games... he attempted 20 in all of 2019.