The Dolphin Seer Stock Report First Quarter (2020)

The Miami Dolphins Stock Market Report:

This is one of my signature articles and it’s been a while since I have done this article (2018) so I thought this would be a great time to take a look at the current players on the roster and how they fare so far.

(Definition of the 4 categories the players fall under)

  1. Players on the Rise: These are players who I feel can start for this Dolphin team they are playing the best on this team and are very good examples for the rest to try to live up to…Some can even be starters for any team in the NFL.
  2. Players stuck in Neutral: These are players who might have potential but so far have been average or unimpressive, sometimes due to injury, some are just collecting a check but is not thinking of the short life the NFL provides it’s players (an average of 4 years) if they don’t capitalize on their opportunity now they will soon be looking back at the wasted youth and say “I wish I would have done more” NOW IS THE TIME TO STEP UP! They can either do one of two things move their stock up or down but staying in neutral will eventually be deemed as falling stock.
  3. Players whose stock is falling: These are players who for some reason like suspensions, injuries or just not playing to the standard they need to make the team, they are not living up to their potential or pay, either way it’s not a good thing for them or the Dolphins. It’s time they crap or get off the pot. Because they will end up traded or cut if their stock continues to fall.
  4. Players under the Radar: These are players who can “if given the opportunity” take it to another level; they are young and full of potential and if properly coached can be special. They could also be players acquired in the off season (like free agency or trades) but have yet to play in a Dolphins uniform.

Keeping in mind the youth of the team no players stock should be falling at this stage of the season.

Players on the Rise

Ryan FitzpatrickJerome Baker, Ereck Flowers, Isaiah Ford, Myles Gaskin, Mike Gesicki, Matt Haack, Austin Jackson, Ted Karras, Solomon Kindley, Jason Sanders, Christian Wilkins, Preston Williams, DeVante Parker, Eric Rowe,

Players stuck in Neutral:

Matt Breida, Chandler Cox, Jesse Davis, Raekwon Davis, Michael Deiter, Sam Eguavoen, Davon Godchaux, Jakeem Grant Sr., Jordan Howard, Xavien Howard, Robert Hunt, Noah Igbinoghene, Brandon Jones, Byron Jones, Patrick Laird, Shaq Lawson, Bobby McCain, Nik Needham, Emmanuel Ogbah, Durham Smythe, Jason Strowbridge, Andrew Van Ginkel, Kyle Van Noy,

Players whose stock is falling:

Players under the Radar: 

Tua Tagovailoa

(All Players on I/R & Practice Squad)

I do not include every player on the roster just the ones who are starting. If I forgot anyone or listed a player no longer on the team please let me know. Also let me know if you agree or disagree with my rankings and who you would change. I have been known to edit it if I agree.

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2 thoughts on “The Dolphin Seer Stock Report First Quarter (2020)”

  1. Agree with your list with the exception of Parker…he should surpass last years performance….not sure about his numbers at this point last season, but it sure seems like he’s improving to me.

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