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Phinsider Daily: A look at the Miami Dolphins’ depth chart ahead of their Week 3 dress rehearsal vs Jacksonville

How will the Dolphins’ depth chart unfold, heading into their interstate match-up vs Jacksonville?

Miami Dolphins v Tampa Bay Buccaneers Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

Phinsider Daily is a new spin-off of Phinsider Radio and now, we’ll be coming to you five days a week for all your Miami Dolphins information.

The flagship show of Matthew Cannata, Josh Houtz, and Aaron Sutton continues for its 4th season. In addition to that, Matt (Monday), A-A-Ron (Tuesday), and Josh (Wednesday) will bring their own 20-30 minute podcast to the world wide internet.

Without further ado, my (houtz) fourth episode of Phinsider Daily

On today’s episode of Phinsider Daily, I am joined by newborn daughter to break down the Dolphins’ third depth chart, ahead of their week 3 dress rehearsal with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Here’s a look at the Dolphins’ depth chart

Why did Brian Flores name Ryan Fitzpatrick the starting quarterback, moments after giving praise to Josh Rosen-for how well he performed vs Tampa Bay? How will the QB position play out in 2019, and what can we expect from Rosen when given his opportunity?

We then take a look at the rest of Miami’s offense, and predict how it might look ahead of the 2019 regular season. Who will start at right tackle? How will the Dolphins’ receiving core shape up, and which players are on the bubble?

Lastly, we take a look at the Dolphins’ defense and wonder if this is the best unit on the roster? How will the secondary look if Reshad Jones and T.J McDonald are not healthy? And what can we expect from the linebackers, once Kiko Alonso and Raekwon McMillan return from injury.

All of this and much more, on this episode of Phinsider Daily.

Be sure to tune in by clicking the link below or finding us on iTunes/your favorite podcast app. Simply search for The Phinsider. Oh, and Follow me on Twitter! @Houtz

Note: I recorded this at 3 A.M with my newborn daughter. If it’s not perfect (which it is) I apologize.