It’s football and Tua time!
And, Brian Flores’ second season as coach will start right where the 2019 season ended…against the New England Patriots, without Tom Brady.
The Dolphins, who finished last season with a 5-11 record, will host the Kansas Chiefs, Patriots and Los Angeles Rams, each of whom has played in a Super Bowl over the past two seasons.
Miami released its regular season schedule on Thursday night, and here it is:
-New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins: 1 p.m., Sept. 13
-Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins: 1 p.m., Sept. 20
-Miami Dolphins at Jacksonville Jaguars: Sept. 24
-Seattle Seahawks at Miami Dolphins: Oct. 4
-Miami Dolphins at San Francisco 49ers: Oct. 11
-Miami Dolphins at Denver Broncos: Oct. 18
-Los Angeles Chargers at Miami Dolphins: Oct. 25
-Los Angeles Rams at Miami Dolphins: Nov. 1
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-Miami Dolphins at Arizona Cardinals: Nov. 8
-New York Jets at Miami Dolphins: Nov. 15
-BYE Week: Nov. 22
-Miami Dolphins at New York Jets: Nov. 29
-Cincinnati Bengals at Miami Dolphins: Dec. 6
-Kansas City Chiefs at Miami Dolphins: Dec. 13
-Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots: Dec. 20
-Miami Dolphins at Las Vegas Raiders: Dec. 26 or Dec. 27
-Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills: Jan. 3
* Games are subject to flexible scheduling in Weeks 5-17