Brandon Gibson, WR Miami Dolphins

2015 Strength of Schedule - MIA
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2014 Game Stats
WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPCRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPRSnaps%
1NE19019.000000-35/7447%
2BUF327049.000000-40/7951%
3KC13043.000000-41/7059%
4OAK2260413.000000-30/7043%
5BYE------------
6GB------------
7CHI------------
8JAX17037.000000-27/5946%
9SD1180218.000000-36/7647%
10DET2200210.000000-30/6149%
11BUF213136.500000-35/6752%
12DEN542068.400000-35/6256%
13NYJ217038.500000-51/5986%
14BAL17037.000000-22/5739%
15NE329049.670000-41/7853%
16MIN2500525.000000-37/8544%
17NYJ327079.000000-43/7061%
Totals2929515110.1700000.00503/96752%

Most Recent News

Wednesday, February 18, 2015, 10:28am

ESPN - [Full Article]

Change is coming for the Dolphins at the receiver position. Miami was ranked 17th in passing with 233.1 yards per game last season, and the immediate futures of several veterans are in question. Starting receiver Brian Hartline and slot Brandon Gibson could be salary-cap casualties due to their $5.95 million and $3.26 million salaries, respectively. The Dolphins must also decide what to do with No. 1 receiver Mike Wallace, who is due $9.9 million. Wallace was benched in the second half of Miami’s Week 17 loss to the New York Jets due to venting his frustration. It remains to be seen if both sides stay together or part ways. Either way, the Dolphins need to have a strong group of receivers around quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who is entering his fourth season.

Scouting Report

Brandon Gibson - Week 4 vs. Oakland Raiders
Brandon Gibson has just five receptions for 39 yards through three games this year. He's not worth consideration.

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