Chicago Bears: 5 Miami Dolphins who could do damage in Week 6

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Defensive End Robert Quinn

So far this season, the Dolphins pass rush has not been anywhere close to where they would like it to be. Obviously, they are entering a Week 6 matchup with a team, in the Bears, who boast the NFL’s best in terms of sacking the quarterback.

However, the Dolphins certainly have capable pass rushers on their roster. Sunday, the Bears should be on the lookout for both Cameron Wake and Robert Quinn. So far, Quinn has been the more productive of the two overall.

Through five weeks, Quinn has only registered one sack (like Wake), but unlike his partner on the other side, he has come up with a trio of tackles for loss. This line will go as both of these guys go, but Quinn is the most dangerous at the moment.

Only 28 years old, he absolutely still has some good football left in him if he stays healthy. Having spent his entire career with the St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams, he had racked up three straight double-digit sack seasons, including a monstrous 19.0-sack campaign back in 2013.

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For the Bears to keep Trubisky clean, Quinn is going to be the key one to block up front, while not forgetting about Wake as well.