March 24, 2018

SOTT Bull Awards: Dolphins Edition

Once again this is the second installment of our weekly SOTT Bull awards, if you don’t remember our previous weeks awards  you can see it here. Now for this weeks SOTT Bull Awards.

Offense (descending order)



Ben Tate- For the second week in a row he eclipsed the 100 yard barrier with 103 yards on 23 carries for a 4.5 average per carry. He also chipped in with 4 catches for 32 yards, which is making him a complete threat out of the backfield. Tate is taking full advantage of his opportunity while Arian Foster continues battling with his hamstring issue. Andre Johnson- Johnson followed up week 1 with a solid 7 catch day for for 93 yards and a touchdown. Johnson could have had two touchdowns, but he dropped a tough but catchable ball. Johnson was visibly mad that he didn’t make the play, which shows you what he expects of himself. Look for Johnson to continue to give oppossing defenses headaches as the season continues.

Matt Schaub- When you are 21/29 for 230 yards and two touchdowns, it is hard to complain about Schaub getting the nod as the Gold SOTT Bull Award recipient of the week. When he is given time and plays within himself he is one of the top quarterbacks in the league. Schaub distributed the ball to seven different receivers and averaged 7.9 yards a completion.






Defense (descending order)

Kareem Jackson- You can say what you want but Jackson had one of the biggest plays of the game with his caused fumble. Also, Jackson held his ground when Johnathan Joseph went out of the game with an ankle injury. The Dolphins actually chose to throw away from him, and go after Jason Allen. Jackson also filled in the run game very well and finished with 4 total tackles and a caused fumble.

J.J. Watt- I am not being biased but Watt changed the game early when he blocked the 22-yard field goal attempt by the Dolphins. He had 4 total tackles, but his blocked field goal got him on this list. You can also say the blocked field goal was sitting in the back of Dan Carpenter’s head when he missed his next field goal, which also proved big.

Brian Cushing- He had 10 total tackles and was all over the field making plays. Cushing looks fast and like he is a vital part of this new defense for Houston. Cushing is living up to his expectations after a terrible 2010 season, look for Cushing to be on this list many more times this season.


SOTT Bull Awards Scorboard

(Based on 3 point system, Bronze 1 pt. ,Silver 2pts., Gold 3 pts.)


5 pts. Andre Johnson

3 pts. Matt Schaub

2 pts. Offensive Line

1 pt. Jacoby Jones, Ben Tate


4 pts. Brian Cushing, J.J. Watt

3 pts. Mario Williams

1 pt. Kareem Jackson



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