32. Josh Rosen, Kenyan Drake, Kenny Stills — Miami Dolphins
*Stats from 2018*
Rosen: 217-for-393 (55.2%), 2,278 yards, 11 TD, 14 INT
Drake: 535 rushing yards/4 TD, 53 receptions/477 yards/5 TD
Stills: 37 receptions/553 yards/6 TD
The Dolphins have spent the better part of two decades floundering in mediocrity. Unfortunately for their fans, that trend will likely continue in 2019. Rosen has all the talent in the world and should provide the fanbase with some hope, but he doesn’t have much to work with. Drake has continued to show flashes at running back, especially when he catches the ball out of the backfield. With DeVante Parker yet to reach his full potential, Stills is the No. 1 wideout. A decent option out wide, the 27-year-old would be a No. 2 or 3 receiver on most teams.
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