Dolphins Drinking Game – P1 As a lifelong fan of the Miami

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    Dolphins Cheap Cameron Wake Jersey , going all the way back to the figurative Stone Age of the early 1980s, I’ve learned that fandom isn’t always highs & euphoria.Hell, if the post-Marino era has taught us anything it’s that we as a franchise & fanbase have been mostly spoiled for the bulk of our existence thanks to the leadership of “The Don” Shula and The Right Arm of God, Dan Marino. Since both stepped aside by the spring of 2000, the past 17 years have been about as fun as an involuntary colonoscopy thanks to poor leadership and mismanagement.Sure, we had that epic 2008 season, and a damn fine hot streak in 2016 that got short circuited by a cheap shot, but life as a Dolphins fan has been tough of late.Enter the #DolphinsDrinkingGame.What started as a sarcastic coping mechanism has manifested itself into a fun thing we can all participate in, provided we act like adults.And now comes the part when I implore you to approach this with a sense of humor and that whole “adult responsibility” thing.First, if you’re going to partake with adult beverages, do NOT get behind the wheel.Getting yourself and/or others hurt or killed is never worth it.Call a cab, request an UBER (don’t ride share with Jameis Winston) or get a designated driver.Second, nobody is saying you have to play along with alcohol.Feel free to use whatever beverage you like – ethically sourced non-GMO coffee, Earl Grey tea or even dank well water from Okeechobee.So now , I present you with our 1st preseason #DolphinsDrinkingGame rules, because the liver needs training camp too.Enjoy…DDG – [email protected] release depth chart ahead of Panthers game On Thursday, the Miami Dolphins lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the opening preseason game for both teams. While losing any game is not fun, that game was more about the younger players getting experience – and Ryan Tannehill getting back on the field.Now, the team is preparing for their Preseason Week 2 contest, an away game when they visit the Carolina Panthers, and the team has updated their depth chart.Of course, the team did not really change anything on the document. They added running back Jeremy Langford to the fifth team listing, placing him with Buddy Howell. Otherwise, the team will be heading into the Preseason Week 2 game with the same official depth chart.Unofficially, and maybe more importantly, there are some changes to the depth chart the team has enacted in their training camp practices. On Sunday, it became clear that rookie Jerome Baker had jumped into the first team linebacker role, replacing Stephone Anthony who fell back to the second team. The Dolphins also made chances to the pass defense Cheap Laremy Tunsil Jersey , with Minkah Fitzpatrick playing as the nickel cornerback, with Bobby McCain sliding outside as a boundary cornerback opposite Xavien Howard.The Dolphins used “or” in a few places on the depth chart, such as the starting running back – with head coach Adam Gase joking last week he did that “just to be an a**hole.” To reflect that, both players are listed in the higher slot on the depth chart, then that spot is blank in the lower of the slots. Once a position has been exhausted of players, “None” is listed.First TeamWR: DeVante ParkerLT: Laremy TunsilLG: Josh SittonC: Daniel KilgoreRG: Jesse DavisRT: Ja’Wuan JamesTE: MarQueis GrayQB: Ryan TannehillRB: Kenyan Drake / Frank GoreWR: Danny AmendolaWR: Kenny StillsDE: Cameron WakeDT: Jordan Phillips / Davon GodchauxDT: Akeem SpenceDE: Robert QuinnLB: Kiko AlonsoLB: Raekwon McMillanLB: Stephone AnthonyCB: Xavien HowardCB: Bobby McCainS: Reshad JonesS: T.J. McDonaldK: Jason SandersP: Matt HaackLS: John DenneyKOR: Jakeem GrantPR: Jakeem GrantSecond TeamWR: Jakeem GrantLT: Zach SterupLG: Ted LarsenC: Jake BrendelRG: Isaac AsiataRT: Sam YoungTE: A.J. DerbyQB: David Fales / Brock OsweilerRB: WR: Isaiah FordWR: Albert WilsonDE: William HayesDT: DT: Vincent TaylorDE: Charles HarrisLB: Jerome BakerLB: Chase AllenLB: Terence GarvinCB: Torry McTyerCB: Cordrea TankersleyS: Maurice SmithS: Minkah FitzpatrickK: Greg JosephP: NoneLS: Lucas GravelleKOR: Senorise PerryPR: Danny AmendolaThird TeamWR: Leonte CarrooLT: Eric SmithLG: Connor HillandC: Mike MatthewsRG: NoneRT: David SteinmetzTE: Gavin EscobarQB:RB: Senorise PerryWR: Drew MorganWR: Rashawn ScottDE: Andre BranchDT: Gabe WrightDT: Jamiyus PittmanDE: Cameron MalveauxLB: Mike HullLB: Quentin PolingLB: Frank GindaCB: Tony LippettCB: Jalen DavisS: Jordan LucasS: Walt AikensK: NoneP: NoneLS: NoneKOR: Albert WilsonPR: Albert WilsonFourth TeamWR: Francis OwusuLT: Roubbens JosephLG: NoneC: NoneRG: NoneRT: NoneTE: Thomas DuarteQB: Brice PettyRB: Kalen BallageWR: NoneWR: Malcolm LewisDE: Jonathan WoodardDT: NoneDT: Anthony MotenDE: Claudy MathieuLB: Cayson CollinsLB: NoneLB: NoneCB: Taveze CalhounCB: Cornell ArmstrongS: Trae ElstonS: NoneK: NoneP: NoneLS: NoneKOR: Kalen BallagePR: Drew MorganFifth TeamWR: NoneLT: NoneLG: NoneC: NoneRG: NoneRT: NoneTE: Mike GesickiQB: NoneRB: Brandon RadcliffWR: NoneWR: NoneDE: NoneDT: NoneDT: NoneDE: Quincy RedmonLB: NoneLB: NoneLB: NoneCB: Johnathan AlstonCB: NoneS: NoneS: NoneK: NoneP: NoneLS: NoneKOR: Torry McTyerPR: Kenyan DrakeSixth TeamWR: NoneLT: NoneLG: NoneC: NoneRG: NoneRT: NoneTE: Durham SmytheQB: NoneRB: Buddy Howell / Jeremy LangfordWR: NoneWR: NoneDE: NoneDT: NoneDT: NoneDE: NoneLB: NoneLB: NoneLB: NoneCB: NoneCB: NoneS: NoneS: NoneK: NoneP: NoneLS: NoneKOR: Kenyan DrakePR: NoneThoughtsThe Dolphins not changing the depth chart is not unusual. What they are putting out as a depth chart does not matter, given they will mix and match players throughout the preseason. More interesting was the adjustments the team made to the starting lineup in practice yesterday. That should carry into Friday’s game, and the Dolphins will look to see if this combination improves the defense’s play. The Dolphins could also look to just keep Fitzpatrick on the field the vast majority of the game, having him fill in as the nickel cornerback when needs, then playing free safety or linebacker in other situations. It will be interesting to watch during the rest of the preseason and into the regular season how the Dolphins decide to use their first-round pick. It is good to see the coaches not over-react to some defensive struggles, but at least take a look at ways they can improve their performances now, before we get to the games that count in September.

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