NT, WR, FS, OLB, RB
The Dolphins have a steadily increasing problem in that their decent unit is creaking under the combined machinations of both age and injury.
Like so many teams, the 3-4 defense is prevalent in
In Individual Defensive Player (IDP) leagues, I’d be looking for Cameron Wake to step up after having had a year to acclimate to the NFL and working alongside Taylor and Porter. He absolutely demolished the CFL for two seasons running before
“Linebacker U”) like recent NFL products Dan Connor and Paul Posluszny. In only limited play, he was on the field long enough to make 23 tackles over the season … but managed to accumulate 5.5 sacks in the same timeframe. In a division that faces
The Dolphins have a good cornerback corps (Vontae Davis, Will Allen, Sean Smith). Sadly, most of whatever good work they could do was undone by the absolutely atrocious play of Gibril Wilson, who must have the league’s greatest agent. He has somehow managed to get signed on not only $39 million from
Like so many other teams in this year’s draft; however,
Like Buffalo, I think Miami will be casting their eyes over a number of free agents this season – Karlos Dansby would be a perfect fit (in fact truth be told, I’m sure Parcells would love to take both receiver Anquan Boldin and linebacker Dansby off Arizona’s hands), but linebackers Elvis Dumervil, D’Qwell Jackson and Barrett Ruud could also be in the frame and perform for Sparano.
Outside of Wake – and whomever else they acquire – I couldn’t recommend any of the