Monday, 13 April 2020

April 13, 2020
2020 Miami Dolphins Preview

2019 Record: 5-11-0

2019 Ranks:

Scoring Offense: 25
Scoring Defense:  32
Total Offense:  27
Total Defense:  30

2020 Draft

1 (5). Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama1 (18). Austin Jackson, T, USC 1 (30). Noah Igbinoghene, CB, Auburn 2 (39). Robert Hunt, T, Louisiana 2 (56). Raekwon Davis, DT, Alabama 3 (70). Brandon Jones, S, Texas 4 (111). Solomon Kindley, G, Georgia5 (154). Jason Strowbridge, DE, North Carolina 5 (164). Curtis Weaver, DE, Boise State 6 (185). Blake Ferguson, C, LSU 7 (246). Malcolm Perry, WR, Navy






Additions/players brought back:
Ereck Flowers (signed for three years, $30 million, $19.95 million guaranteed)
CB Byron Jones (signed for five years, $82 million, $54 million guaranteed)
RB Jordan Howard (signed for two years, $10 million)
EDGE Shaq Lawson (signed for three years, $30 million)
Ted Karras (signed for one year, $4 million)
EDGE Kyle Van Noy (signed for four years, $51 million, $30 million guaranteed)
EDGE Emmanuel Ogbah (signed for two years, $15 million, $7.5 million guaranteed)
Adrian Colbert (signed for one year, $1.775 million)
Losses:
No one notable

2020:   The Dolphins were expected to be perhaps the worst team in the NFL last year,  but head coach Brian Flores did a remarkable job, leading the 'way to a 5-11  record.  The 'Phins were active in free agency, adding some actual talent to a D that could be top half of the league this year.  The biggest signing may have been RB Jordan Howard, who could post a breakout year.  Ideally Ryan Fitzpatrick will lead the way in 2020.  Miami is still a year or two away, but the foundation is building and the future is bright.  A .500 season would be a successful year, but that is unlikely..... but then so were 5 wins in 2019.

Projected 2020 Record: 7-9-0

Date TBAat Atlanta Falcons (Preseason)Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA
Date TBAPhiladelphia Eagles (Preseason)Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
Date TBADetroit Lions (Preseason)Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
Thursday
Sep. 3
at New Orleans Saints (Preseason)Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, LA
Sunday
Sep. 13
at New England PatriotsGillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA
Sunday
Sep. 20
Buffalo BillsHard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
Thursday
Sep. 24
at Jacksonville JaguarsTIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville, FL
Sunday
Oct. 4
Seattle SeahawksHard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
Sunday
Oct. 11
at San Francisco 49ersLevi's Stadium, Santa Clara, CA
Sunday
Oct. 18
at Denver BroncosBroncos Stadium at Mile High, Denver, CO
Sunday
Oct. 25
LA ChargersLos Angeles ChargersHard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
Sunday
Nov. 1
Los Angeles RamsHard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
Sunday
Nov. 8
at Arizona CardinalsState Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ
Sunday
Nov. 15
NY JetsNew York JetsHard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
Sunday
Nov. 22
BYE
Sunday
Nov. 29
NY Jetsat New York JetsMetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ
Sunday
Dec. 6
Cincinnati BengalsHard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
Sunday
Dec. 13
Kansas City ChiefsHard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
Sunday
Dec. 20
New England PatriotsHard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
Sunday
Dec. 27
Las Vegas Raidersat Las Vegas RaidersAllegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, NV
Sunday
Jan. 3
at Buffalo BillsNew Era Field, Orchard Park, NY

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