Dolphins game preview: Week 4 vs. Saints in London

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Sure, Ajayi was in London two seasons ago when the Dolphins faced the New York Jets, but he was on short-term injured reserve at that time and didn't get to play.

The Miami Dolphins and New Orleans Saints are the next two teams to head to Wembley Stadium in London this season, which means an early 9 a.m. ET start for their game on FOX (live stream via Fox Sports GO). And the Dolphins should be enthused about feeding him the rock heavily in this game. Ajayi rushed for just 16 yards as the Jets placed eight men in the box and put the onus on Jay Cutler to win the game with his arm. Now they're trying to recover from that loss, and from an eight-hour flight to England.

The Dolphins are in the middle of a brutal stretch of travel.

"Nobody cares", guard Jermon Bushrod said. The Saints defense is susceptible to pretty much everything so there should be opportunities for Stills to make a few plays. If you lose, that's all anybody cares about.

He did play, in a 24-18 win over the Bucs.

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All of the major teams in action, including a Florida Gators team who has been living life on the edge the last two weeks with last second heroics and a Florida State Seminoles team who hasn't been in their current spot in almost three decades - and it's not something they are proud of.

"There isn't a lot of time for the other English pleasantries", he said.

In Michigan, an internal investigation will determine whether the head of the Michigan State Police broke the agency's social media policy and should be disciplined for sharing a Facebook post that called protesting National Football League players "anti-American degenerates". "Regarding the issues of social injustice, I stand ready to offer our organizations, our players, and our community meaningful support and resources to move from protest to solution. So that has been a blessing".

Since 1970 the two teams have only played 11 games.

Saints and New Orleans Pelicans owner Tom Benson said he has talked with Edwards about ways they can affect positive change in a statement released on Friday afternoon. On defense, the Saints are giving up 26 points and 452.3 yards per game, including 325.7 passing yards per contest. They reversed what had been nagging problems, the excessive passing-to-rushing yards imbalance and a lack of forced turnovers, both in impressive fashion. Also, that third-round pick turned out to be Florida State cornerback P.J. Williams who we could see matched up on Stills at points in this game. CB Marshon Lattimore participated fully in practice Wednesday after missing last week's game because of a concussion. This front will look to apply pressure on Drew Brees in hopes of forcing Drew into some bad throws. Brees already has six touchdown passes this year and no interceptions. The Dolphins will get their running game going on the Saints. He was then traded to the Dolphins prior to the 2015 season. Last season, Snead finished as the second-best receiver in New Orleans behind Michael Thomas, hauling in 72 catches on 104 targets for 895 receiving yards and four touchdowns.

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