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Dolphins linebackers love playing behind DT Ndamukong Suh

Dolphins linebackers love playing behind DT Ndamukong Suh

It only took one game — Thursday's preseason opener at Chicago — for Dolphins linebackers to fall in love with the idea of playing behind space-eating defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. "It just makes it easier," weakside linebacker Jelani Jenkins said. "Y'all saw it. He's a monster." Suh, the four-time All Pro and possibly the best defensive lineman in the NFL, only played seven snaps against the Bears, but he was disruptive on almost every play. The first thing linebackers love about playing behind Suh is he commands double teams. Suh was double-teamed five times against Chicago. That occupies offensive lineman, which leaves linebackers free...

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