Miami Dolphins 2021: Reinforcements, key players and schedule


The South Florida team will seek to overcome what they did last season in which despite having shown good game they stayed very close to advancing to the postseason.

The Dolphins want to take that extra step that will get them into the playoffs (Getty Images)


The Dolphins want to take that extra step that will get them into the playoffs (Getty Images)

The Miami dolphins They are one of the 32 teams in the National Football League that will begin the season this September 9 with the aim of surpassing their performance last season, and despite having a very young team the illusion of fighting the favorites to play the Super Bowl LVI it is intact.

After a 2020 season in which they stayed at the gates of the postseason, the Miami team will seek revenge and for this they hope that the rookie Tua Tagovailoa be in charge of leading them to the playoffs. The quarterback will be in charge of taking the witness that he left Ryan fitzpatrick.

At the level of numbers, 2020 was not so negative for the Miami dolphins, scoring 404 points, the most for the team since 1986, as well as having one of the best defenses in the NFL. The challenge for this upcoming campaign is to match and exceed those records. Here we leave you with an X-ray of the team for the 2021-2022 season.

Tua Tagovailoa will be the starting quarterback (Getty Images)

Dolphins Most Valuable Player (MVP)

Without a doubt that recognition takes it Xavien Howard, who was also the best player on the South Florida team last season of the NFL. Although the cornerback had indicated his desire to leave, he finally reached an agreement to extend his contract and now has everything to be the figure in this upcoming season. He finished 2020 with a total of 10 interceptions, the most in the tournament since 2007.

Xavien Howard is the figure of the Dolphins (Getty Images)


Isaiah Wilson (Tennessee Titans, change)

Benardrick McKinney (HoustonTexans, change)

Cethan Carter (Cincinnati Bengals for 3 years and 7.8 million)

Jacoby Brissett (Indianapolis Colts for 1 year and 5 million)

Malcolm Brown (Los Angeles Rams)

Justin Coleman (Detroit Lions for 1 year, 2.75 million)

Adam Butler (New England Patriots)

Robert Foster (Green Bay Packers)

David Skura (Baltimore Ravens)

Will Fuller (HoustonTexans)

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This will be your calendar

The 2021-2022 season of the National Football League starts with everything for Miami dolphins having to face each other in the first match against the New England Patriots, the same rival with whom they will close the regular season. The duel before Tampa Bay Buccaneers it will be in the fifth week.

This will be the Dolphins calendar this 2021

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