10 Predictions for the Miami Dolphins’ 2014 Season

September 6, 2014   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Miami Dolphins came so close to making the playoffs in 2013, and they may have to cross that plateau if they want to maintain the status quo through 2014 and beyond.
Joe Philbin is 15-17 as head coach of the Dolphins, but his team is going through some dramatic changes this season. It is fielding an offensive line of five new starters and running a new offense altogether under new coordinator Bill Lazor. The former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback coach could make his impact felt with an exotic, uptempo offense.
Aside from those changes, the Dolphins are largely the same as when we left them.
Their defense is still an underrated unit, despite ranking in the top 10 in scoring in each of the past three seasons. Their offense is still led by quarterback Ryan Tannehill and is still loaded with skill-position talent with Knowshon Moreno and Lamar Miller at running back, Charles Clay at tight end, and Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline, Brandon Gibson and Jarvis Landry at re...

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