With training camp now a week away the Miami Dolphins will begin working towards their first depth chart. Early depth charts may indicate a push from a head coach. The real depth charts won’t hit until the first pre-season games.
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Predicting what the actual depth charts will be is more logic than science but it doesn’t come without some surprises. Afterall what may seem like a no-brainer for some, is a shocking surprise to others.
Take the situation with Miami Dolphins and Dallas Thomas. Many would believe that Thomas shouldn’t be on the roster let alone atop the depth chart but over the past season and a half that is exactly what happened. Who would have predicted that?
With that being said, it’s always fun to predict and since it’s a trend to predict final rosters, draft picks, win/loss records, and just about everything else, why not the depth chart?
Of all the positions quarterback is the absolute easiest. Ryan Tannehill will enter the season number one and barring injury will exit the season as the same.
Without much real competition behind him, Matt Moore has a lock on the 2nd position. It’s extremely likely that the Dolphins will only keep two quarterbacks on the active roster so the top two will get the most reps in camp.
QB – Ryan Tannehill, Matt Moore
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