Category Archives: Positional Breakdowns

Think About It: Three Reasons the Dolphins Should Draft Chad Kelly

In order to build a successful NFL franchise it is important for a team to have assets. The Patriots have been great for the last two decades because they have always been a step ahead of everyone else. Whether it was trading away a player a year before age caught up to them or signing a player a year before they maximize their talent, they strategically plan every move.

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Investing Up Front: Why the Dolphins’ Offseason Priority Should Be the Offensive Line

Upon initial review, most would believe that the Dolphins’ offensive line was a huge reason for the team’s success in 2016. In a playoff hunt that would see three 200-yard games from Jay Ajayi and improved performance from Ryan Tannehill, it would be logical to expect that the group up front would take a huge step forward. While it’s true

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Time to Upgrade: Why Acquiring a TE Could Take Adam Gase’s Offense to the Next Level

The tight-end position was far from a disappointment for the Dolphins in 2016. Most had little, if any, hope for Jordan Cameron, and the USC product continued his path towards being remembered as a “what if” player. Cameron’s health continues to keep him off the gridiron. While Cameron didn’t produce, the Dolphins were surely pleased to see so many other

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