Dolphins-Panthers: Miami’s Offense without Ronnie Brown

Posted: 17th November 2009 by T.J. Morrill in NFL
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With Ronnie Brown out, the Dolphins will need to find ways to move the ball other than the Wildcat with Brown as the focul point. If they want to use the Wildcat Ricky Williams is going to have to be the one taking snaps. I know Ricky is not Ronnie but he is still a great runner. The only problem is that instead of sitting back and improvising like only Brown can do, Williams will probably have to use designed plays and blocks more than Ronnie usually does. Ricky and Ronnie are both great runners but they are two entirely different types of runners. Ronnie usually is patient and waits for something to develop so he can burst through the hole and get open space. Ricky goes where he's supposed to and hits the gap with conviction, which is the reason he's not quite as effective in running the ...

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