Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-11-29 23:42:19 –
The situation at the Miami Dolphins seemed dark at the beginning of the 2021 season as the team that won 10 games in 2020 stumbled on the start of 1-7.
Since then, the Dolphins have won all four matches in November, improving to 5-7 and facing two struggling teams, the Giants (4-7) and Jets (3-8), in the next two contests. bottom. By the time Christmas comes, Miami could return to .500.
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Most of the team’s resurrection was quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. After struggling in the first quarter of the season and missing four games due to multiple injuries, many questions arose about his status as the team’s long-term answer in the quarterback.
Since then, Tagovairoa has included 27 out of 31 passes 230 yards, one touchdown, without interception, with St. Louis Alum and Ewa Beach natives winning 33-10 against the Carolina Panthers. I have responded well to criticism. According to CBS Sports, he is the fourth quarterback since 1950 and has completed more than 80% of his passes in a series of games.of 11th week, He was 27 to 33 against Jets.
Here’s how other Hawaiian players performed during the 12th week of the NFL season.
Deforest Buckner, Defensive Lineman, Indianapolis Colts (Punahou): Buckner lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38-31, with three tackles, one sack and a pass bias.
Ka’imi Fairbairn, Kicker, Houston Texans (Punahou): Fairburn made both additional point attempts, but lost to the New York Jets 21-14 and missed his only field goal attempt.
Briden Fehoco, Defensive Tackle, Los Angeles Chargers (Farington): Fehoco recorded two tackles with a 28-13 defeat against Denver Broncos.
Alohi Gilman, Safety, Los Angeles Chargers (Kahuku): Gilman was determined to be inactive for two consecutive games due to a quadriceps injury as the Chargers fell to Denver Broncos 28-13.
Kamu Grugier-Hill, Linebacker, Houston Texans (Kamehameha): Grugier-Hill lost to the New York Jets 21-14 and had seven tackles (six solos), including a sack and quarterback rush.
Nate Harbig, Guard, Philadelphia Eagles (St. Louis): Harbich lost to the New York Giants 13-7 and was considered a replacement for the injured in both the center guard and the right guard and was asked to hold twice.
Marcus Kemp, Recipient, Kansas City Chiefs (University of Hawaii): The Chiefs said goodbye in the 12th week of the NFL season.
Marcus Mariota, Quarterback, Las Vegas Raiders (St. Louis): In a Thanksgiving match against the Dallas Cowboys, Mariota ran the ball twice for a total of four yards, including a three-yard touchdown. The Raiders won 36-33.
Netanemti, Guard, Denver Broncos (Raylehua): In the first game after being activated from the COVID list, Muti defeated the Los Angeles Chargers 28-13 and saw action on the left guard.
Samis Reyes, Tight End, Washington Football Team (University of Hawaii): Reyes worked on a special team and blocked the tight end, but no statistics have been recorded for winning the Seattle Seahawks 17-15 on Monday Night Football. ..
Rigobert Sanchez, Panther, Colts (University of Hawaii): Sanchez lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38-31 and had three Panthers totaling 134 yards.
Jahlani Tavai, Linebacker, New England Patriots (University of Hawaii): Tabai defeated the Tennessee Titans 36-13 and made a fumbled recovery.
Bradlee Anae, Defensive End, Dallas Cowboys (Kahuku)
Rico Busy, Receiver, Pittsburgh Steelers (University of Hawaii)
Tray Bon Henderson, Safety, Cincinnati Bengals (University of Hawaii)
Keith Kirkwood, Receiver, Carolina Panthers (University of Hawaii)
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Trevor Davis, Receiver (University of Hawaii)
Rojesterman Farris, Cornerback, (University of Hawaii)
Hercules Mata Afa, Defensive Tackle (Lahaina Narna)
Kamareikorea, Linebacker (St. Louis)
Leo Koroamatangi, Offensive Lineman (University of Hawaii)
Cole McDonald, Quarterback, Toronto Argonauts (CFL) (University of Hawaii)
Jordan Taam, Quarterback (Pearl City)
Mantaiteo, Linebacker (Punahou)
Jojo Ward, Receiver (University of Hawaii)
Disabled person list
Tyson Al Al, Defensive Tackle, Pittsburgh Steelers (St. Louis): Araru has been out indefinitely with a broken ankle.
Isaac Seumaro, Offensive Lineman, Philadelphia Eagles (born in Hawaii): Seumalo has not participated in the season due to foot surgery.
John Ursua, Recipient, Seattle Seahawks (University of Hawaii): Ursua is competing for the season when the ACL is broken.
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