Miami Dolphins 2020 Schedule

So the schedule is out, and as per usghe, speculation and wild predictions ensue. I’ll be perfectly honest, I have no idea what in the heck to expect from this season, and not just from a Dolphins perspective. Rookies are learning from video chats rather than person to person instruction. As far as that’s concerned, I believe these kids should be fine in that regard, this is how they live their lives, this will not be shocking or difficult for them, they will learn just fine this way. The difficult part will be not physically practicing, because camps won’t open until it’s deemed safe enough for ALL of the 32 teams to be able to open, which is completely fair. This is a league built on parity after all.

This year one of the schedule highlights is playing against the NFC West. That is a rough division, headlined by the SB runner-ups, the SF 49ers. Every team in that division brings a different but similar challenge. The 49ers and Rams are built very much alike, strong defense, and run the ball effectively, don’t ask to much from your QB. The Seahawks have Russell Wilson and despite what plan they have, they always seem to lean on Wilson too much, even with their multi-headed RB attack, which by the way is again similar to the 49ers. The Arizona Cardinals bring a unique challenge with QB Kyler Murray, who is a true dual threat QB. The Cardinals acquired All Pro WR DeAndre Hopkins from the Texans and in the draft, snagged LB Isaiah Simmons, two players who should have a huge impact on their team.

Of course we play our division twice each, and while the Patriots look ready to fall off, you can never count out Bill Belichick, even without Tom Brady. Who knows, maybe Stidham is ready to run that offense more effectively than the nearly 43 YO Brady. The Jets and Bills are both improving and will be looked at to challenge for the AFC East crown. Will we be there with them or they will they be chasing us, or will we once again fail to even hit the .500 mark? I love what we accomplished in free agency with Van Noy, Ogbah, Lawson, Roberts, and our entire draft haul, which was quite good, that’s a whole lot of new pieces moving together. We did what we had to do to fill spots but unfortunately COVID-19 is going to hamper us because we do have so many new people, far more than any other team in our division and likely the entire NFL. We just Chip Foose’d our roster, Overhauled it! With a minimal amount of practice that our players will probably have, that’s unfortunately a huge disadvantage compared to a team that possibly added 3-4 new starters. We could have potentially 10 new starters (Jackson, Flowers, Karras, Hunt, Howard, Lawson, Van Noy, Ogbah, Jones, Igbinoghene, Ferguson), plus add in a big mix of rotation guys that are new as well. If you compare that to a team that has the same moving parts except for a very small few, you have to give them a leg up at least early on in the season due to familiarity.

All I know is, whatever form and whatever length, whether it’s a shortened 14 game season or a full 16 game season, I have never looked forward to watching this team as much as I do this season. I think there might be some growing pains, but I expect a steady improvement as the season moves on. It’s going to be exciting folks, whether Tua starts or not. You all know I don’t think we should rush Tua in, but whatever they decide I’m in 100%. I’m just being cautious, and we have a good situation with Fitzpatrick to be cautious. On the other hand, if there’s not one medical reason to keep Tua off the field and he shows he’s better than Fitz for our team from the get-go, than I’m down! No matter what, there’s a whole lotta guys I’m aching to see in action this season!

GO DOLPHINS!!

#staythecourse

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1,605 Responses to Miami Dolphins 2020 Schedule

  1. wyoming85 says:

    My names not Randy!

  2. Mike E. says:

    Holy fuck, it is busier in my place now than was it during Christmas and New Years. I can’t believe how crazy it is now.

  3. son of a son of a shula says:

    Stanger, Randy wouldn’t even know how to post a picture to begin with. And that goes for both Randy’s (OD).

  4. son of a son of a shula says:

    Good job Bookman the time stamp shows you nailed it. Impressive.

  5. Rockphin says:

    https://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/armando-salguero/article243014586.html

    Why does everyone comment on the front office not wanting to admit they were wrong? I don’t think that ego kind of shit is ever weighed that much in the decision.

  6. son of a son of a shula says:

    That’s the first time I’ve seen the video. That cop murdered Floyd. He puts his hand on the car to maintain leverage on the coratid. Fucking sick.

    • son of a son of a shula says:

      He’s cuffed. WTF

    • Tim Knight says:

      Horrible! Now it’s a white/black thing. I hate that. I’m not part of that at all. Let the individuals involved pay the consequences. Wrong is wrong!

      • ElephantRider says:

        All of them need to go for murder.
        You dont leave handcuffed people on their stomach, every department teaches that to avoid positional asphyxia. Absolutely sickening.

      • ElephantRider says:

        Not to mention the fucking knee….thought I didn’t need to mention it. The whole thing is disgusting.

  7. Randy says:

    They were interviewing Bud Grant the other day here on local sports radio. They talked about Shula….because of his passing. Grant said he was a great coach, but he also said he had the NFL in his back pocket and had the Competition Committee do whatever he said. You could tell Grant didn’t care for Shula’s shenanigans very much and definitely felt it helped him win games. Think of that what you will, but I’ve always felt Bud Grant was a straight shooter. It is what it is. They all try to get any advantage they can.

    • Tim Knight says:

      They used to call it sportsmanship. Now it’s cheating.

      Spit balls, scuffing the ball, field conditions etc. Let it go! They’ve been doing it forever.

    • Mike E. says:

      I definitely think the Dolphins and Shula got preferential treatment because he was the head of the competition committee and mostly because he earned that respect and stature. No question in my mind, but is that really any different from the respect and preferential treatment that Bill Belichick and his teams have gotten over the decades?

  8. D says:

    Mike E. says:
    May 27, 2020 at 7:48 pm
    Holy fuck, it is busier in my place now than was it during Christmas and New Years. I can’t believe how crazy it is now.
    —————————-
    Guess being in quarantine help proved the old wives tale that if you keep doing it it will eventually affect your vision. Might wanna double up on the hand sanitizer Mr. Hand.

  9. Mike E. says:

    NEW BLOG UP!!!

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