Alonso has proven that he can once again be a top linebacker in IDP leagues as he has 50 tackles through five games this season. He will look to continue his hot play next week versus the Steelers.
Alonso was able to practice fully on Wednesday, resulting in optimism he'd play Thursday. He's been a tackling machine through the first three weeks, averaging 10 tackles per game. He'll look to continue that run of performances against Cincinnati.
Alonso was able to fully participate in practice Wednesday after being a limited participant earlier in the week, resulting in optimism that he'll be able to play Thursday.
Alonso's eight tackles represented a season low after he notched 11 of them in both of his first two games. Playing with his third team in three years, he's looking like he'll be a solid source of tackles. However, as a rookie with the Bills in 2013, he recorded two sacks and four interceptions to go along with 159 tackles. He certainly has room for upside along with being a sure tackler.
Alonso has had a solid start to his Miami career and has solidified a linebacking corps that has had its problems in the recent past. The defense as a whole didn't play well in the first half versus the Patriots and will look to rebound versus Cleveland next Sunday.
|Bye: Week 8|
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|11||11/20/16||@ LAR||4:05 pm|
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|15||12/17/16||@ NYJ||8:25 pm|
|16||12/24/16||@ BUF||1:00 pm|
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