I hate the idea, that gets started every offseason, about strength of schedule. I feel it is useless because teams change throughout a season. What I care about is what quarterbacks are the Dolphins going to face. Going forward, the Dolphins will play Lamar Jackson and Josh Allen one more time. Those games won’t be fun even though I’ll be at the Baltimore game.
Besides those two, the rest isn’t anything I really fear at all. The Dolphins will play Lawerence, Ryan, Wilson twice, Mac Jones, Tannehill, Davis Mills, Darnold, Daniel Jones, and Winston. Miami can certainly get litten up by any of those guys. But, if the Dolphins have any kind of momentum heading into any of those games, they should have a very good chance of coming away with a victory.
The Dolphins, traditionally, do well against the lower-tiered quarterbacks in the league, or at least I feel they do. Their man-to-man style of defense, usually, does well against average signal-callers. If they can get any kind of a pass rush then it bodes even better for them. If the Dolphins start to get a rash of injuries on the defensive side of the ball well then I hope the offense gets possessed by the greatest show on turf Rams because that is what’ll take for this outfit to stay afloat.