Tuna has always played some of his starters longer than most in the preseason, and that trend hasn't changed down here in Miami. This year he may set new standards, ;^J, but I can certainly see quite a few of our projected defensive starters playing most of this and the rest of our preseason games.
Coach was just saying not to long ago that 4 preseason games isn't enough to evaluate all his players, (this is what I was saying in my argument against the 18 game schedule, with only 2 preseason games we would not probably have made all this change, just sayin) so it stands to reason that a lot of these guy will play most of the game.
Much has been made about the O line gelling, getting set on who is playing and let them play together, I agree, but what about the D as a whole, there are many new players, and new starters, The O line after all may only have one new starter, and not to mention, we've got the cornerstones.
Our D will have to gel as well, they are going to have to get used to each others tendencies and so forth, the only way to do that is playing together, also we have rookies who are learning new positions, and learning that they aint in Kansas anymore, ;^J
So much to the fans Dee-Lite, I think we will see quite a bit of Misi, Odrick, Clemons, Wake, and even more of Starks than you would think. Our young corners might get a bit of time too, but Carroll will see a lot of time, Spitler and McCoy will also see a lot of time, in other words there will be a lot of reasons to pay attention to this game right to the last whistle.
PS, I am interested to see if Hartline can make some noise, he will have to get open and make plays if he wants to start across from The Beast.