One reason defensive end Cam Wake is playing so few snaps (16 of 80 Sunday) is the Dolphins believed Jason Jones would be more stout against the run.
One reason defensive end Cam Wake is playing so few snaps (16 of 80 Sunday) is the Dolphins believed Jason Jones would be more stout against the run. Jim Rassol TNS
One reason defensive end Cam Wake is playing so few snaps (16 of 80 Sunday) is the Dolphins believed Jason Jones would be more stout against the run. Jim Rassol TNS
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