2022 Miami Dolphins Schedule

So now the mystery is revealed, the 2022 NFL Schedule has finally been released. By the amount of “Prime Time” games the Dolphins have received, 3, it appears the NFL schedulers don’t believe the Dolphins are a top tier team. The Dolphins do get a Thursday Night Football game against the Cincinnati Bengals in Cincy Week 4 (September 29th) for PT game #1. The Pittsburgh Steelers will visit the Dolphins for a Sunday Night matchup Week 7 for PT game #2 (October 23rd). The Dolphins final prime time appearance will be Christmas Day, home against the Packers. There’s another theory floating about that the Dolphins get a bit of a slap in the face, specifically Dolphins owner Steve Ross, for the whole Brian Flores’ lawsuit fiasco, and of course the tanking controversy that comes with it. I’d love to think it it’s the latter rather than the former, but we’ll likely never know.

I’m surprised and disappointed the Dolphins only get 3 prime time games, considering the Chicago Bears also get 3. I was shocked to find out this morning as I listened to WQAM as weekly guest Mike Florio from PFT agreed the Dolphins should have more prime time appearances. If Mike Florio says the Dolphins should get more respect, rest assured we should get more respect!Moving on from prime time games, we face FOUR Prime Time teams in a row. We will host the Patriots Week 1, then travel to Baltimore to face the Ravens. We go back home to face the Bills, who we just have not belonged on the same playing field with. Then we travel to Cincinnati to face the Super Bowl runner up Bengals. That’s a tough stretch right there.

In Week 13, we start our second tough stretch with 3 road games starting with the a West Coast trip to San Francisco to play Darlene’s 49ers. We stay on the West Coast in Cali to play to the Chargers in Los Angeles in Week 14. Then back to the East Coast to face our nemesis and division rival in the cold climes of Upstate NY to face the Bills. Then we face the Green Bay Packers for a toasty warm Christmas Day matchup. Then up north again to meet up with the Patriots in Foxboro on New Year’s Day. The season finale will be at home against the New York Jets.

I think those two tough stretches will define this team. Will HC Mike McDaniel be able to start strong facing four very formidable opponents right out of the gate? The middle of the season may provide a little relief with the Lions, Bears, Browns and Texans, but we will need to be in good enough shape at that juncture to be a playoff team, we can’t be 1-5 or 2-4, because the schedule gets pretty tough right after that facing the Niners, Bolts, Bills and Packers, and then a tough matchup against the new and improved Jets for the finale.

Let the Fest deliberations begin!



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1,394 Responses to 2022 Miami Dolphins Schedule

  1. The Flying Pig says:

  2. The Flying Pig says:

  3. naplesfan2010 says:

    we saw an excellent band at Margaritaville when we were there in Orlando last November.
    Kick ass guitar work.

  4. naplesfan2010 says:

    I have seen Jimmy Buffet live in a park in a bandstand in Naples. Rocked the block down.
    His live shows are high energy, spoofy on himself, and filled with great guitar and just pure fun.
    But otherwise I’m not really a fan.
    I do think the story told in the Margaritaville song is really deep.

  5. naplesfan2010 says:

    in the hotel rooms there is a continuous play channel of Buffet concerts from 1970s till now.
    It’s really fun to see the progression, and
    for a while in history,
    he featured two different women who kicked ass musically,
    but after it looped once, I was done with it.

  6. Tim Knight says:

    Hill Waddle, Waddle Hill, Hill Waddle, Waddle Hill… Einchorn’s a man… Uggghhhh… LOL

  7. naplesfan2010 says:

    Pink Floyd and Ray Charles are 2 of my favorite acts ever.

  8. The Flying Pig says:

  9. Tim Knight says:

    Say what you will about him but he’s honest. Guys like him push the competition. You become a better team.

  10. Tim Knight says:

    Jerome Baker

  11. naplesfan2010 says:

    2 great clips to watch TK

  12. Rockphin says:

    naplesfan2010 says:
    May 20, 2022 at 6:20 pm
    I enlarged that pic up above of Coach keeping everybody loose,
    and I still don’t see anything but happy faces.
    (slides Kool-aid laced with mezcal over to Rock)
    Here, man, stay hydrated.

    No way man not trick in the Kool-Aid that shits poison. Go back and look at that picture again and look just to the left of Tua’s right shoulder. I don’t know who it is but it’s the only face that’s not smiling. LOL

    • Krishna says:

      Krishna says:
      May 21, 2022 at 12:41 pm
      I see him too Rock….the sunset must be in eyes….lol


  13. CavalierKong says:

    Kong and the Mrs getting off the elevator at Margaritaville…

  14. uwantwat says:

    Kong….checked with my lady and she said it was Michael Reilly and the series is “Scarecrow.” Jacka’s main series or character is Alex Verus. I mainly write so I do little reading now.

    • CavalierKong says:

      Thanks, Uwant. I’ll definitely check it out. I’m always looking for new stuff to read.

      You’re a writer? What kind of writing do you do?

  15. uwantwat says:

    I write for my own enjoyment but I have some small stories in a couple of anthologies which are in the library system, the last time I checked. I float all over the place as far as genres go. I’m currently working on 3 stories. One includes the Orphan Train, the Civil War and revenge. Another one is a sci fi story and the last is a soldier saving family members from a sociopath. Hopefully they turn into novels. I love writing quick little 55 word tales or 100 words sometimes.

    • CavalierKong says:

      Nice! I really like the idea of short short stories and it sounds like you’ve got some fun stuff to read.

      There was a time when I thought I was going to be a writer, but life had other plans for me. It’s something I’ve often thought about going back to, but I never make it happen.

  16. uwantwat says:

    I didn’t think I could write but when I retired I was bored and had been pecking away to post on a couple of “those sites,” that turned out to fun. Anyway, I joined a creative writing group and the rest is history. All I can say if you like the idea just go for it. BTW they have taught me so much. they’re truly great paople.

  17. naplesfan2010 says:

    Rockphin says:
    May 21, 2022 at 9:54 am

    naplesfan2010 says:
    May 20, 2022 at 6:20 pm
    I enlarged that pic up above of Coach keeping everybody loose,
    and I still don’t see anything but happy faces.
    (slides Kool-aid laced with mezcal over to Rock)
    Here, man, stay hydrated.

    No way man not trick in the Kool-Aid that shits poison. Go back and look at that picture again and look just to the left of Tua’s right shoulder. I don’t know who it is but it’s the only face that’s not smiling. LOL
    … … …
    Ohhhh that guy. yeah
    let me recaption the pic
    89 players find HC McDaniel’s message uplifting as they smile and build team spirit
    “1 player, however, 3rd string punter Rock Finn, failed to see the humor even Omar acknowledges, preferring to remain taciturn.”
    “Just Stand the Fuck Up” he was heard to mumble as Morstead held for a 50-yard FG by Sanders.

  18. uwantwat says:

    Thank you Stanger. I really enjoy it. Plus I still make time for Phins.

  19. uwantwat says:

    Time for bed Good night.

  20. Ken says:

    Flights are booked

  21. stangerx says:

    Probably nothing the league doesn’t already know, but why do I have the feeling this will get the things moving?
    Several of the women who have accused Watson of sexual misconduct were interviewed for an episode of HBO’s “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel.” The episode will debut at 10 p.m. Tuesday.

  22. stangerx says:

    “I’m not a babysitter. I didn’t sign up for that, so when they got to acting like a bunch of kids it was time for them to go home.

    “Just like with any unruly child, you only put up with so many temper tantrums before you say, ‘Enough. Put them in time out.’ So that’s what I did.”

    “Initially they were just to be there one day, one night, and it just turned into … like when your mother-in-law comes to visit and decides to stay,”

    — Hagerstown (MD) Speedway General Manager Lisa Plessinger on why she kicked out the remnants of “The People’s Convoy.”

  23. Krishna says:

    3 is my expectation or we’ve fucked up on the D strategy.

    2 is another expectation and think more a given if Tua doesn’t have to have the quickest release in the NFL this year….just a little more time please ++++running game should help.

    1 is biggest reach. Does McDaniel have the chops to be a HC and bring Ws? I hope so.


  24. Krishna says:


  25. jahndont says:

    Is there a hotel that everyone usually stays at? I’m not on a slumming it budget but something a reasonable uber away from decent nightlife/bar/restaurant would not suck….

    • Mike E. says:

      Most of us are staying on the Hollywood Broadwalk. There are definitely some reasonable choices, and being on the Broadwalk puts you in walking distance of just about everyone sans the Toba’s, who are just a quick car ride away at the La Quinta

    • The Flying Pig says:

      I experimented with a few over the years

      Margaritaville is probably the priciest
      The hotel next to it (the Sheldon) is a little less but comparatively not worth it . You don’t get close to what you get at margarittaville

      La Quinta is probably a great option but it’s not on the beach but next to D&B

      But also on the north side of Hollywood beach, hotels like Neptune and Dolphin Hollywood are reasonably priced

      I haven’t been too far south on Hollywood beach
      But the hotel I don’t recommend is a Hollywood beach tower – worst hotel IMO. Golden poop award

  26. Krishna says:

    The Walkabout, chi, chi boutique, on the Boardwalk went airbnb, and is now same price as Margaritaville for one.

    I am trying the Marlin this time. Great location between Margaritaville and Walkabout….but more reasonable for one.

    Google and look in that area…it’s best

    • Tim Knight says:

      I think the biggest challenge for McDaniel will be game day decisions as a HC. I think coaching, teaching and preparation will be good. But he’s never been the head honcho so that will be the hurdle he needs to get over.

  27. son of a son of a shula says:

    Jahn, my friends stayed at Riptide last year, it has a nice Tiki bar and it’s right on the beach. There was live entertainment during the afternoon and evening too. Cool place. Not far from The Dolphin Hollywood and Neptune.

  28. Tim Knight says:

    Warm day in the northeast today. Nice summer like night though.

    • mf13ss says:

      95 degrees today for me and humid as a mofo. Tomorrow is supposed to be a few degrees cooler with the potential of severe T-storms and hail as a cold front moves in.

      It’s still so humid right now in my neck of the woods. Paper products are literally so super-saturated that it folds in half on their own in your hands.

      • Tim Knight says:

        I was in PA today for a wake. My good friend’s Dad passed away. Stroudsburg area. It was hot and steamy early but the humidity faded as the day went on.

      • mf13ss says:

        Sorry to hear about that bad news, man… sucks. Condolences.

        Stroudsburg is a place I’ve been to many times before, even dated a girl from there for a time. They have a nice outdoor mall called ‘The Crossings’: many folks from the Poconos go shopping there with many quality goods to be had.

        Yeah, Stroudsburg doesn’t get the heat and humidity that we get over here, that’s for sure. The elevation of Stroudsburg keeps them from… SUFFERING! LOL

      • Tim Knight says:

        Thanks, man. It’s always sad to see someone leave this world, but his dad was 94 and had no quality of life left. My friend was sadder to see his Dad in that state than for him to pass, even though still sad that he’s no longer with us. His Dad lived a good life.

        Laughing at the ‘The Crossings’. My friend that I drove there with wanted to stop there on our way back but we went a different way home after the luncheon.

      • mf13ss says:

        Nice! Next time you get out to Stroudsburg, check out The Crossings.

      • Tim Knight says:

        I have another friend who lives out that way and today we discussed getting together at his place sometime soon. So that might just happen.

      • mf13ss says:

        Let me know if/when ya go! I’d be more than happy to meet you there if I have free time in my schedule, man.

  29. CavalierKong says:

    F^^^^^ck…Binnington hurt

  30. mf13ss says:

    Not lobbying one way or the other, but there are players who are expected to be outright cut from their teams, due to salary vs production vs new regimes. Two I’d consider, should they be cut? Clelin Ferrell and/or Dee Ford.

    NO, do NOT claim them on waivers. Allow them to hit FA then sign them for our own price. I’m wondering — in particular — if Christian Wilkins could reinvigorate Ferrell, so as to bring the magic back. Mind you, I’m only talking about signing either of these two players as backups, likely vet minimum deals to see if they can catch on. Of course, we’d have to wait until/if they are cut.

    We’ve got roughly $17M in cap space.

    • bailbondmike says:

      Quite a few on here wanted us to draft Clelin Ferrell.

      • mf13ss says:

        Yessir! Me being one of them. I mean, is it possible (or probable) that Ferrell has been mishandled/mis-coached all along from day one under the Chucky/Mayock regime?

        Yes, he was WAY over-drafted (not his fault). I’d take a flyer on him if the price is right, and that means NOT claiming him on waivers for his rookie (R1P4) contract.

      • mf13ss says:

        Something tells me that if ANYBODY can bring out the best in Ferrell, it would be the always energetic, positive, and de facto leader of our D-Line (not to mention former teammate of Ferrell’s) Christian Wilkins.

      • Tim Knight says:

        I liked him though I did like Wilkins over him and Lawrence. I think we drafted the best DL of that Clemson pool.

  31. Ken says:

    Watching USFL football to quench my jonesin for some football

  32. CavalierKong says:

    sigh…husso with given up 3 goals facing 16 shots. Binnington better be back game 4 or we’re toast. Effing Avs took him out

    • steveccnv says:

      And no penalty, dude just crashed right in

      • CavalierKong says:

        We were up 1-0 and dominating in the offensive zone with 3x the Avs in shots on goal when they took him out. I think if Binner doesn’t leave the game we are up 2-1 in the series instead of down.

        Husso gave up more goals in less than 3 periods than Binner did in 2+ games. What a crock of shyte.

  33. Tim Knight says:

    M13, are you in the Stroudsburg area?

  34. CavalierKong says:


    What may have pushed Snyder’s fellow owners over the edge is a recent finding from the House Oversight Committee in which it was speculated that Snyder might have withheld or concealed ticket revenue and related funds as part of “a troubling, long-running, and potentially unlawful pattern of financial conduct.” Snyder was said to have withheld up to $5 million in refundable ticket deposits owed to fans and corporations.

    According to USA Today’s Jarrett Bell, there is increasing frustration among those other owners regarding Snyder — one owner told Bell under the condition of anonymity that “we are counting votes.”

    “If that happened, I think that’s the nail in the coffin,” one owner told Bell about the alleged financial improprieties.

  35. Tim Knight says:

    Sleeper player on our defense in his 3rd year is Raekwon Davis. Is he just a big body who can hold his own inside and make a play here or there, or can he raise his game to become a more impactful player? He’ll be 25 in June. Not sure we’ve seen his ceiling yet.

    • steveccnv says:

      Maybe for fans around the league, but he’s no sleeper to anyone on here

      Think he’s the most likely to break out on D, last year had a setback with the injury, but he’s just doing the dirty work and will continue

  36. uwantwat says:

    All I know is we missed him last year when he was out hurt. Wasn’t his player comparision when he came outta college Vince Wilfork?

  37. steveccnv says:

    In general when teams have 2 great WRs a D will double them both leaving the 3rd WR to feast


    Think this article is correct to speculate Wilson and Gesicki will have lots of success, when the opposing D focuses on Hill and Waddle, which will likely be on most pass situation 3rd downs

    Beasley in Dallas and Buffalo was this type of beneficiary

    I expect Hill and Waddle to do most of their damage on 1st and 2nd downs

  38. The Flying Pig says:

    Tim when you go the NJ shore, where do you usually go.

    I’m heading to ashbury park next weekend for the holiday

    • Mike E. says:

      Asbury Park is a lot of fun. Lots of great places to go to and places to eat. Stone Pony is there, sure there will be a big show there for Memorial Day weekend. Great place specifically for brunch, I would highly recommend Cardinal Provisions. Get the chicken and waffles, you’ll thank me!

  39. Wyoming85 says:

    • stangerx says:

      What a deep voice. But a real mellow, nice guy behind it. If anyone working for the Dolphins ever gets caught doing coke at Hard Rock………… my money’s on Travis Wingfield.

  40. Mike E. says:

    Uwant – Are you talking about Raekwon Davis being compared to Vince Wilfork?

    I think Raekwon is closer to our own Daryl Gardener. Wilfork was more of a true NT prospect, shorter and stouter than Davis. Davis has been great at swatting down passes, even when he hasn’t been 100% physically like last season.

  41. naplesfan2010 says:

    Gesicki has had only 5 drops in his entire career.

  42. uwantwat says:

    Mike I would be happy if he was as good as the Klingon. Buckner sounds right because VW was an extremely fat dude. Very athletic though. Davis is a fine young player though.

  43. Mike E. says:

    NEW BLOG UP!!!

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