Statistical Breakdown: Where Dolphins rank heading into bye week

The Miami Dolphins have started the season 7-3 in their first 10 games, as they head into their first bye week with head coach Mike McDaniel at the helm.

Miami has looked strong offensively with Tua Tagovailoa, Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle leading the unit to impressive performances. Defensively, however, the team has dealt with a number of injuries to key players like Byron Jones, Nik Needham and Brandon Jones that have significantly impacted their play.

Here’s how the Dolphins rank statistically heading into Week 11:

Scoring Offense

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Dolphins: 7th – 25.2 PPG

Passing Offense

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Dolphins: 3rd – 293.8 passing YPG

Rushing Offense

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Dolphins: 29th – 97.7 rushing YPG

Total Offense

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Dolphins: 3rd – 391.5 total YPG

First Downs

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Dolphins: 8th – 21.6 first downs per game

Penalties

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Dolphins: t-23rd – 6.3 penalties per game

Turnover Margin

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Dolphins: t-21 – (-2)

Sacks Allowed

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Dolphins: t-6th – 1.8 sacks allowed per game

Scoring Defense

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Dolphins: t-22 – 24.1 PPG

Passing Defense

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Dolphins: 22nd – 239.8 passing YPG

Rushing Defense

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Dolphins: 15th – 116.9 rushing YPG

Sacks

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Dolphins: t-21 – 2 sacks per game

Story originally appeared on Dolphins Wire