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Miami Dolphins: 2010 – 2011 Regular Season Schedule

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The Dolphins are probably going to need to play a few teams at the right time in order to make the playoffs, even with the addition of receiver Brandon Marshall. This team may have it’s ups and downs, but I will never count them out as they have good coaching and a creative offense.

Below we have the Dolphins 2010 -2011 regular season schedule for you to view as we inch closer to the beginning of the NFL season. We also have the fantasy relevant players for Miami, and a breakdown for all NFL teams in schedule strength in win/loss, against the pass, run and points.

Fantasy Players

* Chad Henne
* Ronnie Brown
* Ricky Williams
* Brandon Marshall
* Davone Bess
* Greg Camarillo
* Anthony Fasano
* Dan Carpenter
* Dolphins Defense

Strength of Schedules

Win/ Loss | Against the Pass | Against the Run | Points Against

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Miami Dolphins 2010 – 2011 Schedule – Printable Download Able

Less Wild Cat in 2010?

Upon Chad Henne taking the starting quarterback job and Ronnie Brown’s injury, the Dolphins used the Wild Cat offense less. While Brown will be back to start the season, it may be time for the Dolphins to run a more conventional offense.

Henne showed last year that he can be a reliable pocket passer and he now has a true No.1 receiver to help him in Brandon Marshall.

Henne may not be a quarterback taken in many fantasy drafts this summer, but he will be on fantasy teams by the seasons end.

Questions on Defense

I don’t believe the Dolphins will make the playoffs this season and their defense should be a good part of the reason. Paul Soliai is filling in for Jason Ferguson at nose tackle for the first half of the season, and he may struggle.

Some believe Soliai is ready to start (including me), but we won’t know for sure until the season is under way.

While the run defense may struggle a bit more this season, it is their young secondary that should still take it’s lumps in 2010.

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