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Dolphins Look to Make an Impact in 2021 with New Look Young Roster

In 2020 the Miami Dolphins made strides, as the team went 10-6, good for 2nd place in the AFC East, behind the AFC East champs the Buffalo Bills and quarterback Josh Allen.

Miami knows what lies ahead in 2021, as the team watched the Bills win a couple postseason games and then lost to the Chiefs in the AFC Title game in Arrowhead Stadium, ending their season.

Now the team is looking to be more consistent, and they want to make their head coach Brian Flores proud as they take the field.

On Wednesday night, the NFL released the 2021 Dolphins schedule, and we couldn’t be more excited for the upcoming season!

After looking through the schedule and giving it some careful consideration, these are the 3 matchups that I’m most looking forward to:

9/19 vs Buffalo – You want to make an early statement? Beat the best team in the division, and do it in solid fashion. That’s the way you show that the team can be a force in the AFC, beat them early and show you can hang with them. As we said it’ll come down to stopping Josh Allen and the Bills offense, and if the Fins can do that, they will have a great shot to get an early huge win.

10/17 vs Jacksonville – Ever hear of Trevor Lawrence? You will. He’s going to be the new starter at QB for the Jaguars in 2021, a team that won one game a year ago, and spent the offseason making a huge deal to former Florida and Ohio State coach Urban Meyer. They will count on Lawrence to come in and be a solid QB that can make plays from day one. It’ll be interesting to see how the Fins combat that early on.

12/27 at New Orleans – After you’ve opened your gifts and enjoyed Christmas, enjoy the Fins traveling to New Orleans for a prime time showdown with Jameis Winston and the Saints in what should be a fun affair between these AFC and NFC foes. Shut down that Saints offense and you have a great shot to pull off the upset that could go a long way to clinching a playoff spot.

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The Dolphins Have Plenty to Look Forward To on Their 2021 Schedule

When the 2021 season kicks off on September 12th in Gillette Stadium, the Fins will have an early chance to make a statement as they take on old foe Bill Belichick and the Patriots.

The 17-game slate for the Fins officially came out Thursday night, and the team will start against the Pats. Later in October, the Dolphins will travel across the pond to London, England where they’ll face off against the Jaguars and youngster QB Trevor Lawrence, playing at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Miami Dolphins 2021 Schedule

Week 1: Sep. 12 at New England Patriots 4:25 PM CBS
Week 2: Sep. 19 Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM FOX
Week 3: Sep. 26 at Las Vegas Raiders 4:05 PM CBS
Week 4: Oct. 3 Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PMC BS
Week 5: Oct. 10 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM CBS
Week 6: Oct. 17 at Jacksonville Jaguars (London) 9:30 AM CBS
Week 7: Oct. 24 Atlanta Falcons 1:00 PM FOX
Week 8: Oct. 31 at Buffalo Bills 1:00 PM CBS
Week 9: Nov. 7 Houston Texans 1:00 PM FOX
Week 10: Nov. 11 Baltimore Ravens (Thu) 8:20 PM FOX/NFLN/Amazon**
Week 11: Nov. 21 at New York Jets 1:00 PM CBS
Week 12: Nov. 28 Carolina Panthers 1:00 PM FOX
Week 13: Dec. 5 New York Giants 1:00 PM FOX
Week 14: BYE
Week 15: Dec. 18 or 19 (Sat/Sun) New York Jets TBD
Week 16: Dec. 27 at New Orleans Saints (Mon) 8:15 PM ESPN
Week 17: Jan. 2 at Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM CBS
Week 18: Jan. 9 New England Patriots 1:00 PM CBS

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Here’s hoping the Dolphins, who ended 2020 at 10-6, can do enough to make the 2021 season competitive, and look to build on their near playoff run of a season ago!

Dolphins Coach Chan Gailey Resigns as the Team’s Offensive Coordinator

The Dolphins will have a new look on offense in 2021, as Wednesday veteran OC Chan Gailey announced he has resigned from the team.

The team confirmed the move Wednesday morning.

“I want to thank Chan for all of his hard work and dedication in what was a unique year,” Head Coach Brian Flores said.

“He played an important role on the staff and in the development of our young roster. I wish him all the best.”

Miami had a solid 2020, playing better than most thought they would under Flores. They went 10-6 but missed the postseason with a loss to Buffalo in Week 17.

The team wrapped up 2020 ranked 22nd in offense, putting up 339 yards per game.

Rookie quarterback Tagovailoa played well under Gailey, going 6-3 as a starter, throwing for 11 scores and five picks in 10 total games.

Dolphins Have a Shot to Do Something No Team Has Done in 20 Years

The Dolphins are having a season that no one possibly could have seen coming based on the team’s makeup back in August.

Many felt they were a last place team in the AFC East, and now with two weeks left in the 2020 regular season the club controls their own fate in terms of the postseason.

CBS Sports reports that the Fins have a chance to do something no NFL team has been able to do in 20 years, that being makes the playoffs and have a top-three pick in the NFL draft.

Here’s the report from CBS Sports:

Thanks to the trade that sent Laremy Tunsil and Kenny Stills to Houston back in August 2019, the Dolphins were able to acquire the Texans’ first-round pick in 2021, among other things. If the season ended today, that would mean that the Dolphins would be getting the sixth overall pick from Houston.

If that ends up being the pick, the Dolphins would certainly be fine with that, but the crazy thing is that there’s a chance Miami could end up picking even higher. The Texans are playing the Bengals this week and if Cincinnati somehow pulls off another upset, that would put the Texans on track to earn the THIRD overall pick, which would then go to the Dolphins. To land the third pick, the Texans would have to lose out — they play the Titans in Week 17 — and then both the Panthers and Falcons would likely have to win at least one of their two remaining games since both of them currently hold the strength of schedule tiebreaker over Houston (The Falcons play Kansas City and Tampa Bay while Carolina will play Washington and New Orleans).

If Miami can win their last two games against Las Vegas and Buffalo, they will make the postseason as a wild card.

A loss and they will need help, but the way the team is playing, they have a great shot to be playing past January 3rd when the regular season ends.

Dolphins Make a Couple Deals at the NFL Trade Deadline

It was mostly quiet as the NFL Trade Deadline passed at 4pm EST, with most teams staying put instead of investing their future with draft choices or other players being on the move.

The Dolphins were not one of those teams, as they made two moves prior to the deadline for the future and also to shore up their run game.

The first move was shipping off slot receiver Isaiah Ford to the Patriots in exchange for a 2022 seventh-round pick.

The Pats have been desperate for wide out help, and are no longer the threat they have been over the last 20 years.

With Ford gone, Antonio Callaway’s role in the Miami offense should expand and he should get more chances, and if not him Malcolm Perry and Lynn Bowden Jr. could get more shots as well.

The other move saw Miami trade for running back DeAndre Washington from the Chiefs.

Miami sent the Chiefs a 2021 sixth-round pick in exchange for Washington and a 2021 seventh-round pick.

Washington could be the answer to fill in for Miles Gaskin, who is expected to miss three games with a sprained MCL.

The running back has been active for just one game this season, taking three carries for five yards and catching one pass for two yards.

Dolphins Place DT Davon Godchaux on IR

The Dolphins announced Friday that the team has placed defensive tackle Davon Godchaux on injured reserve, meaning he’s going to miss some time moving forward.

Godchaux has been a leader on defense over the last four years, starting 42 of 56 games. He also has 16 tackles from the defensive tackle spot thus far in 2020.

“We’re still talking through our options on this one. I don’t have a concrete answer for you as far as any moves we’re going to make,” Dolphins coach Brian Flores stated Wednesday about Godchaux.

One option for Miami is to start giving a chance to Raekwon Davis, picked in the second round of this past April’s draft from Alabama.

Godchauxwas a fifth-round pick (178th overall) by Miami in the 2017 NFL draft, totaling 179 tackles (100 solo), three sacks, two passes defensed and one forced fumble.

Video: Tua – A Prophecy in the Making; The Story of Tua Tagovailoa

This film is part of Fox Sports Films’ MAGNIFY series and will delve into the past year of Tua Tagovailoa’s life. Motivated by family support and critical pundits alike, the former University of Alabama quarterback works to overcome a career-threatening injury ahead of the 2020 NFL Draft.

While focusing on the past year’s injury comeback during one of the greatest college football careers ever, the documentary also chronicles Tua’s evolution from childhood in Ewa Beach, Hawaii.

Dolphins to Stick with Ryan Fitzpatrick at the QB Spot – For Now

The Dolphins have decided not to go away from Ryan Fitzpatrick at the quarterback spot for now, and will stick with the vet this week against the 49ers.

That means, at least for the moment, rookie Tua Tagovailoa will continue to sit and learn.

Dolphins head coach Brian Flores said Monday that he wouldn’t be pressured into starting Tagovailoa. Another reason the team isn’t making the move to the rookie is the fact that the QB’s past hip injury remains a factor.

Fitzpatrick has the Dolphins sitting at 1-3 a quarter into the season.

The 37-year-old has produced a 69% completion rate, six total touchdowns and five interceptions so far.

He threw for 315 yards and ran for 47 more and a touchdown, along with throwing two interceptions, during Sunday’s 31-23 loss to Seattle.

Tagovailoa will stick as the team’s number two QB, but for now he’s not taken a snap in a game.

While that will at some point be changing, it won’t be this week – that is unless Fitzpatrick comes down with some type of injury.

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