Dolphins' Richie Incognito says O-line 'should be fired' if poor play continues

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One of the Dolphins has had enough of watching Ryan Tannehill run for his life.

If you think Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Richie Incognito is alright with the shoddy play of he and his offensive linemates, think again.

Incognito has had enough of the lackluster efforts, and believes the line should be given the pink slip if the poor play continues, according to the Palm Beach Post.

"If we give up 72 sacks, I mean, everybody should be fired; I think the whole offensive line," Incognito said. "That’s atrocious."

According to Pro Football Focus, Incognito has the right to be ticked off. Of all Miami's lineman, he has played the best in pass protection with a 3.2 rating. On the other end of the spectrum, Tyson Clabo, who came over from the Atlanta Falcons via free agency, has been a mess. Clabo is dead last of all Miami lineman, with a -4.4 ranking. To put that in perspective, the next lowest number of a Dolphin is -1.6, and that is Lamar Miller.

Amazingly, Clabo has been even worse in the run game, but has company. He and Jonathan Martin are tied for the worst mark on the team with a -4.7 rating. John Jerry is not much better at -3.6.

All of these ugly stats have led to a Dolphins team ranking 25th in offense and 24th in rushing yards per game. Miami has also allowed 18 sacks, most of any team along with the Jacksonville Jaguars. You do not want to be tied with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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