It will be another big surprise this weekend as two AFC teams are scheduled to meet for a crucial derby. This is among the 2013 NFL Draft heated fixtures which will take place at Miami. The Indianapolis Colts is set to lock horns with Miami Dolphins where both teams recorded different performances from their opening matches. From the look of things so far, no team is ready to let it go due to a very stiff competition this season.
Another contributing factor towards this competition is a situation where you find division clubs meeting in the arena. Do you think this is an easy encounter? Let us wait and see how things will unfold for themselves. The match between Dolphins and Colts will kick-offs exactly 1.00PM ET and all fans are expected to book tickets in advance. This is to avoid any inconvenience at the entrance as they are assumed to have taken up their seats come that time. The two teams enter this Sunday clash with a matching 4-3 record thus they are actually playing for a potential play-off ever to be witnessed in the NFL draft arena.
The Dolphins side, quarterback Andrew Luck will prove his luck of emerging the league’s elite player. Adding up the support from fellow teammates, Luck will truly out-turn expectations of fans. So far, no one imagined that Andrew Luck and Ryan Tannehill will bring such a wonderful success to the team. What do you think will happen to the team’s expectations if Tannehill misses to make his debut on this crucial clash? His appearance hangs on the balance as the player is nursing a knee injury he picked from the opening game against the Jets last Sunday.
In any case Tannehill misses, Miami head coach Joe Philbin would direct all his optimism to Matt Moore. Matt has so far recorded a 97 NFL quarterback rating which is in his relief effort. In this Sunday’ big clash, fans don’t expect much from their teams owing to the fact that both clubs have young squads. They are actually working on rebuilding their squads for better performance in future.
Match Injury Report
Some of the injury cases recorder so far for Miami Dolphins are those of; Richard Marshall, Tony McDaniel and Jabar Gaffney. On the other hand, Indianapolis Colts is expected to miss services of Vontae Davis, Coby Fleener, Robert Mathis and Donald Brown.