The Miami Dolphins will not have to start making roster cuts until late August and while things will change with the roster, here are our easy QB predictions.
The Dolphins will need to keep three players on special teams so we are not working with a full 53 man unit and Nick Belotto gave us 25 players on defense, so today, we focus on the offensive side of the ball. With 25 players remaining, it’s going to be a tight window
Will the Dolphins find an even split between offense and defense this year or will one outweigh the other? With Jason Sanders, Blake Ferguson, and Michale Palardy taking up three spots, the remaining 50 could go in a lot of different directions.
This year’s quarterbacks are a two-man show!
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Tua Tagovailoa is Miami’s franchise quarterback and while we continue to debate and listen to the nonsense of certain mainstream media types, there is no doubt that Tagovailoa will either elevate this team or sink it.
Jacoby Brissett is signed to a $5 million one-year contract but the Dolphins guaranteed the deal. Brissett has quite a bit of experience but there is no doubt he is in Miami to be a backup to Tagovailoa. Still, both will make the roster unless knock on wood, someone gets injured.
Reid Sinnett will likely be the practice squad quarterback but I fully expect Miami to sign another QB before the start of camp and that will be where the competition will be for the 3rd member of the roster at this position but make no mistake, unless there is an injury, the 3rd quarterback is on the practice squad.