1. The offensive line will play musical chairs
Whether you like Tua Tagovailoa or not, he is the Miami Dolphins’ best quarterback on their roster.
Tagovailoa has tons of talent, but he is injury prone, and that holds him back. Miami knows he is injury prone, so they need to figure out their offensive line this week before Tagovailoa returns for Week 6 against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
I think Miami will play musical chairs on Sunday and try to find their best combination of five. I believe that will include Austin Jackson bumping inside to left guard and maybe even seeing Greg Little active and getting reps at left tackle.
It will be interesting to see what they end up doing, but there is no way they can just accept the combination they have now isn’t good. Brian Flores will do what he can to see who can play where and play their best.
Jackson should start the game at left guard, but it remains to be seen if he will trot out there at left tackle to start. In my opinion, he has no business starting at tackle anymore, and I think the musical chairs on Sunday will show that.