I think this is fair analysis. I feel the same way, but if I were to ask potential I would say we could win 9. I mean, we have to be 3 games better than that fiasco of 2017.
Barry Jackson wrote:
▪ NBC studio analyst and former two-time All Pro safety Rodney Harrison: “I get a lot of flak because I am a big fan of Ryan Tannehill, and I know he’s been kind of up and down. He’s struggled with injury, but I do believe he’s a talented quarterback.
“I don’t look at the Dolphins as being a playoff contender. I look at them as being more of an 8-8, 7-9 team. But if he can get on a roll, if he can get hot and build his confidence, then this is a team that definitely can play that spoiler-type role. But I don’t look at the Dolphins as being that playoff team yet.”
▪ NBC studio analyst and former Buccaneers and Colts coach Tony Dungy: “I agree with Rodney. But I don’t see them as being the worst in the league, either. It’s too early to tell. They’ve got a talent base where they can win games. I think they’ll be a middle-of-the pack team.”
▪ ESPN commentator and former Redskins and Eagles pro personnel director Louis Riddick: “I don’t think they’re the worst team in the league, Obviously, they are not winning their division but you look at the rest of the AFC, the South could have a division winner and maybe two wild cards could come out of the South. Baltimore is in the hunt for a wild card spot.
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