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TAMPA, Fla. (AP) – Under ideal circumstances, Richard Sherman would make his debut for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this week against the Miami Dolphins.
The defending Super Bowl champions signed the three-time All-Pro cornerback to bolster an injury-riddled secondary on September 29, with no intention of rushing the 33-year-old into roster.
Five days and three practices later, Sherman not only started, but played 58 of 59 snaps in a 19-17 win in New England.
So much for the return to work after missing most of last season with San Francisco due to injury.
“The plan was to play as long as possible and then get a replacement… and sort of come back,” Sherman said, noting that the plan was scrapped when cornerback Carlton Davis left early with an injury. to the quadriceps.
“Once they told me I was going to play the whole game, I started going into energy conservation mode throughout the game,” Sherman added. “You hate to say you saved it for the comeback, but it was like, ‘You have no choice at this point because I don’t know exactly what I have for the rest of the game. “”
Sherman, who leads active NFL players with 36 interceptions, finished with seven tackles, one fumble recovered and a pass interference penalty.
Coach Bruce Arians praised the performance and the former Seahawks and 49ers cornerback’s new teammates were also impressed.
“But I think if you look at his career, I don’t know if anyone was really surprised by this,” said wide receiver Chris Godwin. “He’s such a cerebral player, and I think it really showed.”
Sherman was much more critical of himself, vowing to be better on Sunday against the Dolphins (1-3), who struggled to handle the ball and will no doubt test a beleaguered secondary that allowed the most yards per. the league pass in four games.
“For me, you have a level that you’re used to playing, and I haven’t played up to my level,” Sherman said. “So whatever the circumstances, I was frustrated when I watched the tape.”
With Tua Tagovailoa out for at least one more game with fractured ribs, Jacoby Brissett will return to quarterback for the Dolphins, who face Tom Brady for the first time since the former Patriots quarterback left the AFC East and joined the Bucs (3-1).
As their opponents struggle to come forward again against Tampa Bay, which has led the NFL on defense for the past two seasons, the Bucs anticipate Miami to try to attack them in the air.
After all, the Dolphins are averaging just 78.31 yards per game rushing, 28th in the league.
The Bucs are giving up a minimum of 2.7 yards per carry.
“It’s a good defense against the race. I understand why some teams don’t. If you want to go through a brick wall, don’t hesitate, ”Dolphins coach Brian Flores said.
“You want to be balanced, but you also want to be smart,” Flores added. “I think everyone saw this.”
Miami’s 26-game league-leading streak with at least one takeaway continues, but only because Indianapolis missed a punt. It is, by far, the longest current take-out streak in the NFL; Dallas’ 11-game such streak this week is currently the league’s second longest. The Bucs recorded four turnovers in Week 1 against Dallas and only one since, none in their last two games. They will look to match the franchise record of three consecutive non-rotational games this week, played by the Bucs only once before – in Games 13, 14 and 15 last season.
Brady has beaten the Dolphins 23 times and pitched for 8,185 yards and 67 touchdowns in 35 regular season games against Miami. He won six Super Bowl titles while with the Patriots, who were 6-6 against the Dolphins the season immediately following the championship years.
With receiver-receiver Jakeem Grant now traded to Chicago – he was sent there Tuesday for a sixth-round pick in 2023 – the Dolphins will be using a new turner on pitches and kickoffs this week. WR Jaylen Waddle is the obvious favorite for the job. He averaged 20.1 yards on 47 combined kickoff and punt returns during his college career in Alabama. Grant’s departure means the Dolphins have just two players left who were drafted by Miami in or before 2017; DeVante Parker was selected in 2015 and Xavien Howard in 2016.
The Dolphins face Tampa Bay this week and travel to London to face Jacksonville next week. It is the first time in Dolphins history that they have faced rivals Sunshine State for consecutive weeks. The Bucs and Jags are not going head-to-head this season.
AP Sports writer Tim Reynolds contributed to this report.