The National Football League is well-known for taking concepts. In addition to taking concepts that it has borrowed from the Canadian counterpart. However, it seems that the Miami Dolphins took that to the limit during a walk troughs on Wednesday.
An Investigation Initiated From NFL Security:
NFL security has initiated an investigation following a fan. Someone, who got into a closed practice room at the University of Cincinnati. Furthermore, illegally captured footage from the players’ final practice in preparation for the Thursday Night Football. Hence, posting the videos on social media.
But, as per an the NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, that video is of no value for Cincinnati Bengals. Cincinnati Bengals ahead of the primetime game because of an intelligent change made by head coach rookie Mike McDaniels.
“The Miami Dolphins noticed people watching their walkthrough on Wednesday in Cincinnati and decided to make an unintentional adjustment on Twitter. All the video clips that circulate on Twitter include twelve players playing offense.” Pelissero tweeted on Thursday evening. “Fake games? Fake routes on actual plays? In any case, Mike McDaniel and company are always one step ahead. .”
The unconventional strategy of avoiding football espionage led to the Dolphins performing an impromptu CFL offense, without waggle, in preparation for their show-off game. With McDaniel’s repute as an offensive expert, Canadian coaches may be looking to have access to these videos to discover what gems he could come up with on the spot.
Although the extra man on offense may have prevented the Bengals from gathering any data from the leak however, it probably didn’t confuse the Dolphins defence. They are led by the dynamic Canadian security Jevon Holland, the son of an ex- CFL player who grew up in Coquitlam and also has the B.C. Lions symbol tattooed onto his armas well as the former Saskatchewan Roughriders linebacker Sam Eguavoen.
The Dolphins Scoreline:
The Dolphins are currently 3-1 and just won in Buffalo Bills Super Bowl favourite Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Kickoff against the Bengals (1-2) is scheduled at 8.15 p.m. ET on September 29, Thursday.