Miami Dolphins 2020 Season Preview & Predictions with

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What if Tua Tagovailoa has a good year, yet the Miami Dolphins still end with the #1 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft and Trevor Lawrence out of Clemson is coming off another monster season? Today on the NFL Reckless Speculation podcast we’re talking about the 2020 season for the Miami Dolphins and how they would handle this situation.Tom Ernisse from joins TC to talk about a team that has the worst defense and the worst offensive line in 2019 could turn the page and end up in the playoffs this year. Tom – and you can follow him on the Twitter right here – believes that much more likely than the Dolphins landing the #1 overall pick in 2021.Brian Flores is a much better head coach than Adam Gase, and the Miami Dolphins and set to enjoy the benefits of the work that was put in in 2019 with a much improved 2020 season. With Xavien Howard and Bryon Jones attempting to remind Dolphins fans of Patrick Surtain and Sam Madison, plus with the addition of Noah Igbinoghene via the draft, the secondary in Miami is tight.Meanwhile on offense… Yikes. The good news is that ‘Fitzmagic’ is back in case Tua isn’t ready to go by Week 1. Though it seems Ryan FItzgerald won’t be needed, as the news on Tagovailoa is nothing but positive. The worrisome part is whether the skill players around Tua are good enough. And then there’s that awful offensive line from 2019. However, with the additions of PLAYER NAME at center, plus draft picks Austin Jackson (who may need more seasoning) and Robert Hunt, the line will be improved for the Miami Dolphins in 2020.Finally, the Tom and TC talk about who’s the last great skill position player the Dolphins had on the roster, and the last great quarterback to suit up in Miami. Damn, it’s been a tough 30 years.Find Dolphins Talk on the web: Tom Ernisse on Twitter: Dolphins 2020 Season Preview & Predictions:

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