Dolphins 53-man roster predictions - final edition 2018

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Dolphins 53-man roster predictions - final edition 2018

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The Miami Dolphins ended the 2018 NFL Preseason with a 34-7 victory over the Atlanta Falcons. It was an impressive performance from several of the team’s backup players http://www.miamidolphinsteamonline.com/ ... ton-jersey , highlighted by Brock Osweiler looking like he wants to be the club’s second-team quarterback. Was it enough to push him into that spot?The Dolphins will likely start making roster cuts today, ahead of Saturday’s 4pm Eastern deadline to be down to the 53-man roster limit for the regular season. Last night, Aaron Sutton suggested that we do a side-by-side prediction of the 53-man roster for Miami, so this morning, we will do that with my final prediction of the roster.QBKevin Nogle: Ryan Tannehill, David FalesAaron Sutton: Ryan Tannehill, Brock OsweilerRBKevin Nogle: Kenyan Drake, Frank Gore, Kalen Ballage, Senorise PerryAaron Sutton: Kenyan Drake, Frank Gore, Kalen BallageWRKevin Nogle: DeVante Parker, Kenny Stills, Danny Amendola, Albert Wilson, Jakeem GrantAaron Sutton: Kenny Stills, Danny Amendola, Albert Wilson, DeVante Parker, Jakeem Grant, Isaiah FordTEKevin Nogle: Mike Gesicki, Marqueis Gray, Durham Smythe, A.J. DerbyAaron Sutton: Mike Gesicki, Marqueis Gray, Durham Smythe, A.J. DerbyOLKevin Nogle: Laremy Tunsil, Josh Sitton, Daniel Kilgore, Jesse Davis, Ja’Wuan James, Sam Young, Ted Larsen, Isaac Asiata, Jake BrendelAaron Sutton: Laremy Tunsil, Josh Sitton, Daniel Kilgore, Jesse Davis, Ja’Wuan James, Sam Young, Ted Larsen Youth Raekwon McMillan Jersey , Eric Smith, Isaac AsiataDEKevin Nogle: Cameron Wake, Robert Quinn, Andre Branch, Charles Harris, William HayesAaron Sutton: Cameron Wake, Robert Quinn, Andre Branch, Charles Harris, William HayesDTKevin Nogle: Akeem Spence, Davon Godchaux, Jordan Phillips, Vincent TaylorAaron Sutton: Davon Godchauz, Vincent Taylor, Kendall Langford, Jordan PhillipsLBKevin Nogle: Jerome Baker, Raekwon McMillan, Kiko Alonso, Stephone Anthony, Chase Allen, Mike HullAaron Sutton: Jerome Baker, Raekwon McMillan, Kiko Alonso, Stephone Anthony, Chase Allen, Quentin Poling, Mike HullCBKevin Nogle: Xavien Howard, Bobby McCain, Cordrea Tankersley, Tony Lippett, Torry McTyer, Jalen DavisAaron Sutton: Xavien Howard, Bobby McCain, Cordrea Tankersley, Tony Lippett, Torry McTyer, Jalen DavisSKevin Nogle: Reshad Jones, T.J. McDonald, Minkah Fitzpatrick, Walt Aikens, Maruice SmithAaron Sutton:Reshad Jones http://www.authenticsmiamidolphins.com/ ... aux-jersey , T.J. McDonald, Minkah Fitzpatrick, Walt AikensKKevin Nogle: Jason SandersAaron Sutton: Jason SandersPKevin Nogle: Matt HaackAaron Sutton: Matt HaackLSKevin Nogle: John DenneyAaron Sutton:John DenneyWe had a lot of players the same between our two predictions. Sutton originally had David Fales as the backup behind Ryan Tannehill, but after last night’s performance by Osweiler made the switch. I originally had both Fales and Osweiler, but I dropped Osweiler in order to keep Maurice Smith at safety. I feel, with Minkah Fitzpatrick working as the nickel cornerback and Walt Aikens being more of a special teams contributor than a true reserve safety, the need for an extra player there outweighed keeping three quarterbacks. As for Fales over Osweiler, I just feel like head coach Adam Gase likes Fales better, sees more of an upside from him, and felt Fales was better over the entire summer, as compared to Osweiler’s one strong game.At running back, I added Senorise Perry to Sutton’s list, which was offset by Sutton adding wide receiver Isaiah Ford to the list while I only have five wide outs making the roster. We both have Kenyan Drake, Frank Gore, and Kalen Ballage at running back and DeVante Parker, Kenny Stills, Danny Amendola, Albert Wilson, and Jakeem Grant at receiver.Tight ends were the same, with Mike Gesicki, MarQueis Gray, Durham Smythe, and A.J. Derby all making the roster.The offensive line was similar, with both roster predictions including Laremy Tunsil, Josh Sitton, Daniel Kilgore, Jesse Davis, Ja’Wuan James, Sam Young, Ted Larsen, and Isaac Asiata. We differed in my choice to keep Jake Brendel while Sutton chose Eric Smith. Even though Brendel has not practiced or played much this summer, I feel that Miami would like to keep that extra center just in case, and while Larsen could fill in if needed, having Brendel, when healthy, keeps them from using Larsen, who is also the primary backup guard.Defensive ends were identical, with Cameron Wake, Robert Quinn, Andre Branch, William Hayes http://www.authenticsmiamidolphins.com/ ... son-jersey , and Charles Harris all making the team. At defensive tackle, Davon Godchaux, Jordan Phillips, and Vincent Taylor make both teams. I have Akeem Spence at the top of the depth chart, while Sutton elects to push Kendall Langford onto the roster over Spence. Linebackers are pretty close to matching, with Jerome Backer, Raekwon McMillan, Kiko Alonso, Chase Allen, Stephone Anthony, and Mike Hull on both predictions. I stopped at six linebackers, while Sutton added Quentin Poling. He is definitely a bubble player who could be on the roster, or Miami could look to stash him on the practice squad.At cornerback, the list is the same, with Xavien Howard, Bobby McCain, Cordrea Tankersley, Tony Lippett, Torry McTyer, and Jalen Davis making the roster. At safety, Reshad Jones, T.J. McDonald, Fitzpatrick, and Aikens are matches between the to projections, while I add Smith.The specialists are Jason Sanders at kicker, Matt Haack punting, and John Denney continuing to be the rock of the line as the long snapper.Who do you think will be closer to the final roster? Who do you think we both forgot to add?Phinsider Radio: Week 4 Preview Vs. The New England Patriots *Just click the play button right above this and enjoy! Phinsider Radio is excited to be a part of the SB Nation network of podcasts. Only 7 podcasts were chosen for the initial unveil, and we were one of them!Despite the collective “WTF?!!” atmosphere among national media outlets surrounding the Miami Dolphins 3-0 start, a showdown in Foxborough looms this Sunday at Gillette Stadium. The ubiquitous New England Patriots are 1-2, coming off 2 straight losses, most recently a 26-10 demise to former Bill Belichick protege Matt Patricia. We’ll discuss what the Detroit Lions did effectively in the Monday Night game, and detail both sides of the ball in the quest of taking a stranglehold on the AFC East. Matthew Cannata, Josh Houtz, and Aaron Sutton bring all the information to you. Tune in and we’ll give you the keys to victory and game plan possibilities.If you have any questions or comments for us, find us on Twitter (Twitter handles down below) and/or respond down in the Comments Section!Follow Matthew (@CannataNFL), Houtz (@Houtz), and myself (@suttonlacesout) on Twitter!

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