After some serious misses in the early leaks the Dolphins 2020 schedule finally dropped on the teams Facebook page at 12:30am(BST)/7:30PM(EST) last night. The Dolphins will start the season where they finished last season in Foxboro, facing the Patriots.
It was a game that turned out to be Tom Brady’s last regular-season game in a Patriots uniform, and a Dolphins victory that relegated New England to wild card weekend.
But more importantly, for the Dolphins was that win and a dominant performance from DeVante Parker against Defensive Player of the year Stephon Gilmore.
The Dolphins first home game comes week 2 against Buffalo in another divisional matchup, before heading back on the road for a local rivalry against the Jaguars.
For the second season running the Dolphins have a bye week in week 11 sandwiched between games against the Jets. This middle portion of the season looks like the best chance to string some wins together with games at Arizona, home and away against the Jets, followed by a home matchup against the Bengals.
Miami then has a three-game homestand before heading back on the road for the final two games of the season, finishing in likely sub-zero temperatures in Buffalo.