Is The 2019 Season Over Yet?


For the first time in my entire life as a Dolphin fan since 1968 I’m looking forward to the end of this season and if I could push fast forward  and pass through this 2019 season I would do just that.

I’m not really looking forward to a 6, 7, 8 or 9 win season for our Dolphins more so than I’m looking forward to the 2020 season starting with the NFL draft!

For those of you who are unaware the Dolphins have a plethora of picks in the 2020 draft (13 to date) and from all indications they’re still trying to add more.

In addition the Miami Dolphins will have over 100 million dollars in salary cap money to spend to bring in free agents and hopefully they will be wiser spending  money, I’d rather have five or six very solid  players over one excellent player who will takes up a lot of money.

After the latest trades the Dolphins find themselves with even less talent then what they had before and even though I don’t agree that they’re deliberately trying to tank the reality is they have very limited talent on his team to win many games in 2019.

First year head coach Brian Flores will find it difficult to win with the cast and crew that he has, but the good news is not about 2019 it’s about the future and how they are set up perfectly to put together and build through the draft a championship team.

Listen, I don’t want to tank but I do not have a problem with them having a top pick in the 2020 NFL draft.

This 2019 season will be somewhat of a red shirt season for the Miami Dolphins.

Head coach Bryant Flores will focus on building his defense with the players that he currently have while winning whatever he can however he can with the players that he currently have.

GM Chris Grier on the other hand has set this team up for success moving forward from 2020 on, I can’t find anybody who should be upset with the way Chris Grier has handled this team.

I can see some being frustrated over the fact that he traded and away some very good players but we were informed that they were going to rebuild this team and knowing that, there’s not much we as fans should be surprised or disappointed about.

So as the 2019 NFL season starts to unfold my best advice to you is to not have high expectations for the team, watch the games and see how these young players develop  look forward to the end of the season and the beginning of our future from 2020 onward.

I’m just looking for the remote control so I can fast forward through this season and get ready for my mock drafts of 2020. It must be down in  the couch somewhere…..

Fins Up!

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