30. Miami Dolphins
Miami, a team facing a complete rebuild, has essentially punted on the next season or two. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill returns after missing 2017 with a torn ACL, and while he is an immediate improvement over Jay Cutler, he returns to a team worse than the one he last played for.
Miami traded receiver Jarvis Landry to Cleveland, and released former Pro Bowlers Ndamukong Suh and Mike Pouncey. After trading star running back Jay Ajayi to the Eagles last season, the Dolphins signed Frank Gore to pair with Kenyan Drake. Gore is still a solid player, but the signing doesn’t fit with a rebuilding club.
One positive for Miami has to be their first two picks in April’s draft. Defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick and tight end Mike Gesicki are promising players that can be potential play-makers for both units. Dolphin fans may just want to skip over this year and hope the Miami Hurricanes can replicate their success from last year.
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