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Dolphins big tweaks this week: Thomas and the rollout

Well, you cannot accuse Joe Philbin of not shaking things up.

Even as the Dolphins are looking terrible in trailing 14-0 after one quarter, at least the team is trying new stuff.

Today, Daniel Thomas started at running back ahead of Lamar Miller. So that replaced the guy who is averaging 4.2 yards a carry with someone averaging 2.6 yards per carry.

The Dolphins also are trying rollout passes to protect quarterback Ryan Tannehill. It was tried going right twice in the first quarter -- with one completion and one incompletion.