Here are a few Dolphins to watch who are not named Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle, or Tua Tagovailoa.
The Dolphins are a little banged up ahead of Week 7's game, but it appears that many of their guys will gut it out on Sunday Night Football. Center Connor Williams (groin) and fullback Alec Ingold (foot) didn't participate in practice on Wednesday. Both returned for the Thursday session but in a limited capacity.
Chase Claypool (knee) and Jeff Wilson (ribs/finger) were both full participants on Wednesday and Thursday, and it appears that both will be ready for Sunday if needed. Here's a look at a handful of other Fins.
1. Braxton Berrios, wide receiver
Braxton Berrios sits fourth on the Fins stat sheet in receptions (17) and is tied for the third most targets (20). He's the third-leading receiver (179 yards). He's also the kick returner and punt returner.
2. Raheem Mostert, running back
Die-hard Eagles fans remember this guy. He might be one of the better recent examples of guys that Philly gave up on a little too soon.
Devon Achane sits on Miami's injured reserve, so Raheem Mostert is RB1 now. He has notched 429 yards and nine TDs so far this season on 75 carries. He has also contributed in the passing game with 18 receptions on 20 targets, 145 yards receiving, and two TDs.
3. Isaiah Wynn & Robert Hunt, offensive linemen
We spend a ton of time discussing the interior of the Eagles' defensive line and rightfully so. Milton Williams, Jordan Davis, Fletcher Cox, and Jalen Carter have been awesome.
Their next test comes versus the interior of Miami's offensive line. Isaiah Wynn and Robert Hunt are the guards. This should be fun to watch.
4. Austin Jackson, right tackle
Since shedding his cast, Haason Reddick has been on a tear. This week, Dolphins right tackle Austin Jackson will draw some Reddick duty.
We expect some big plays from Haason. It is, however, fair to say that Jackson is a worthy adversary.