As many of you are aware, the Miami Dolphins have lost Jason Ferguson for the rest of the season. This hurts almost as bad as losing Ronnie Brown two weeks ago, as now the Dolphins have lost key players on both sides of the ball. Ferguson was an important part of stopping the run at the nose tackle position and was a key for getting pressure on the quarterback (even though Paul P. doesn't seem to care about that).á This means that third year defensive lineman from Utah, Paul Soliai, will be playing nose tackle for the remainder of the year. I haven't seen much from the young Soliai, but the Dolphins better hope he steps up big because they need him more than anyone right now to fill the A-gaps successfully.á This is also going to put pressure on the line-backing corps to make first hit ...
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