The Steelers allow an average of just 63.6 rushing yards a game, with an average carry of just 2.7 yards. But, the Dolphins are going to stay committed to establishing the ground attack with Ricky and Ronnie.
If they’re successful it will help to open up the passing game with Chad Henne airing it out to guys like Brandon Marshall. Brandon has piled up 467 yards on 37 catches and will be looking to add to the total on Sunday. He’s had 10 receptions and over 100 receiving yards in two out the last three games and in his last game against Pittsburgh, while with Denver, he caught 11 passes for 112 yards.
Brandon met with the media to talk about the Steelers, Troy Polamalu, and what he thinks about the recent league crackdown on helmet-to-helmet hits.
You can watch Brandon’s media availability here:
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