Miami Dolphins Depth Chart 2021 Miami Dolphins Depth Chart

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The Miami Dolphins depth chart is revitalized a bit after a heavy draft class. They got their quarterback, however, he might not be fully ready to go so you might see Ryan Fitzpatrick steal some starts away. The running backs were non-essential last season and this offseason they brought in Jordan Howard and Matt Breida as a one-two punch. They will keep the same set of wide receivers as Devante Parker finally put together a healthy season and Preston Williams showed up before tearing his ACL. Mike Gesicki will also start at tight end this season giving the Dolphins some decent receiving threats.

Offense Depth Chart

Running Back RB
Wide Receiver WR
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
Wide Receiver WR
Tight End TE
Durham Smythe D. Smythe (1)
67
#70 TE
Wide Receiver WR
Tight End TE
Durham Smythe D. Smythe (1)
67
#70 TE
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
Wide Receiver WR

Defense Depth Chart

Defensive Tackle DT
Defensive End DE
Zach Sieler Z. Sieler (2)
67
#95 DE
Inside Linebacker LB
Linebacker LB
Outside Linebacker LB
Left Cornerback CB
Strong Safety S
Free Safety S
Nate Holley N. Holley (3)
67
#43 S
Right Cornerback CB
Defensive Tackle DT
Defensive End DE
Zach Sieler Z. Sieler (2)
67
#95 DE
Inside Linebacker LB
Linebacker LB
Outside Linebacker LB
Left Cornerback CB
Strong Safety S
Free Safety S
Nate Holley N. Holley (3)
67
#43 S
Right Cornerback CB

Miami Dolphins Depth Chart FAQ

After an offseason filled with splashing the cash in free agency and a draft with multiple first-round picks, Miami has many young and exciting players. Tua Tagovailoa was their man and will be their franchise quarterback if he can stay healthy. However, it is unclear how much he will start in year one. The Dolphins desperately needed to revamp their running backs, and Jordan Howard, with Matt Breida, is not a bad committee. Defensively they spend on Byron Jones to play opposite of Xavien Howard. This should be a pretty talented secondary with those two.

Who Is The Dolphins Starting Running Back?

Jordan Howard is going to be the starting running back for the Miami Dolphins, but Matt Breida is going to split the workload with him. Howard has generally been a committee back since leaving Chicago.

Do The Dolphins Have A Good Offense For Fantasy?

Believe it or not, the Miami Dolphins do have a good offense for fantasy. They have two value running backs for teams going zero-RB, and they also have a lot of value wide receivers that are coming off strong seasons.

Who Are The Dolphins Starting Wide Receivers?

DeVante Parker, Albert Wilson, and Preston Williams are the three starting wide receivers for the Miami Dolphins. Parker finally had his breakout year last season as he stayed healthy. Williams is an undrafted free agent who was a fantasy bargain before the ACL tear.

Does Tua Tagovailoa Start?

Tua Tagovailoa is not going to start right away but should see the field at some point during the 2020 season. Miami will be careful with Tua if given the injury history and want him to learn from Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Who Are The Dolphins Offensive Lineman?

The Miami Dolphins offensive lineman are Austin Jackson, Ereck Flowers, Ted Karras, Michael Deiter, and Jesse Davis. The offensive line was one of the worst in football last season, and 2020 will be a year they begin to turn it around with new names.

Does Mike Gesicki Start?

Mike Gesicki is the starting tight end on the Miami Dolphins. He began to see targets go his way last season, and tight ends usually take a few seasons to get into the groove of producing stats.