DAVIE, Fla. (AP) - For the second exhibition game in a row, the Miami Dolphins will go without a game plan when they play Thursday at Kansas City.
Coach Cam Cameron says that exhibition games give his team an opportunity to learn from its mistakes, and give coaches the chance to evaluate players. He's concerned about that rather than winning.
Cameron says he won't install a game plan for the Chiefs game, just as he had no game plan for last Saturday's exhibition opener, an 18-17 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The approach is fine with Cameron's players, who say they're now more concerned with learning their own strengths and weaknesses than those of their opponents.
New quarterback Trent Green and the first-team offense struggled against Jacksonville. Green led Miami to only one scoring drive - a field goal. He took every snap in the first half and exited to boos.
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