Miami Dolphins vs. Cincinnati Bengals FREE LIVE STREAM (08/29/21): Watch NFL Preseason Week 3 Online | Time, TV, channel
The Miami Dolphins, led by quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, will meet in an NFL preseason game on Sunday, May 29.
Fans can watch the game for free via a trial version of fuboTV.
Here’s what you need to know:
What: NFL preseason week 3
Who: Miami Dolphins vs. Cincinnati Bengals
When: Sunday 29 August 2021
Where: Paul Brown Stadium
Time: 4:00 p.m. ET
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The Miami Dolphins had an early chance of injury on one of their newcomers and then beat an opponent they were familiar with that week.
Tua Tagovailoa threw 187 yards and a touchdown in one half, and the Dolphins defeated the Atlanta Falcons 37:17 on Saturday night.
“I think our operation out there was really good offensively,” said Tagovailoa. “Line reached the line of scrimmage and made her points. We went out and played the piece. “
The Falcons rested their starters while the first unit of the Dolphins played most of the first half in the second preseason game for both teams, who participated in joint drills at the Miami training facility on Wednesday and Thursday.
“That’s the fun of coaching and the decisions we make as a company,” said Falcons coach Arthur Smith about the decision to use backups. “And that’s my experience. You should have time to develop players. That is priceless. “
Dolphins wide receiver Jaylen Waddle, number 6 overall in this year’s draft, avoided a serious injury during the team’s first run. Waddle grimaced in pain after his left leg collided with a Falcons defender. The Alabama rookie was checked in the medical tent and returned but was not attacked again. Waddle caught three passes for 21 yards.
“We have a great training team so they had a look and he went back in,” said Dolphins coach Brian Flores. “He’s a tough boy. That’s part of playing in the National Football League. Every now and then you will tremble. “
Miami’s first two drives ended with touchdowns from Myles Gaskin. The running back crowned the first drive with a 1-yard score. Gaskin made out 57 of the dolphins’ 75 yards during the trip.
Tagovailoa scored with Gaskin on an 8-yard touchdown pass that led Miami 14-3 2:20 into the second quarter.
“I think we prepared really well,” said Gaskin. “Of course, practicing with these guys made us look good.”
Jacoby Brissett replaced Tagovailoa in the second half. Tagovailoa completed 16 out of 23 rounds.
While quarterback Matt Ryan sat outside, AJ McCarron and rookie Feleipe Franks snapped the photos for Atlanta. McCarron started but left with a right knee injury early in the second quarter. He will do an MRI to determine the severity of the injury.
“I don’t want to talk about injuries until we have the last word,” said Smith. “He didn’t look good.”
McCarron and Franks vie for second place behind Ryan. Prior to his injury, McCarron was 3 of 6 for 43 yards while Franks finished 4 of 9 for 46 yards and an interception.
Sam Eguavoen had four sacks for Miami, including one in the end zone for a third quarter security.
Miami outperformed Atlanta 23-14 in the second half. Malcolm Brown scored a 1-yard run and Brissett hit Robert Foster from 8 yards. Third string quarterback Reid Sinnett threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Kirk Merritt.
Falcons running backs D’Onta Foreman and Caleb Huntley scored 1 and 30 yards, respectively, in touchdown runs in the second half.
Younghoe Koo’s 53-yard field goal culminated in Atlanta’s opening game to take the 3-0 lead.
(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)