2010 NFL Draft: Miami Dolphins Team Needs

February 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Miami wasn't able to earn back-to-back playoff appearances, but where they are now, compared to where they were in 2007 is simply amazing.
Bill Parcells and Tony Sparano run a tight ship, and they're doing things the right way. However, losing veteran guys like Jason Taylor and Joey Porter could see them taking a hit in leadership and overall intensity on defense, so they need to make some adjustments.
The Dolphins' brass has finally backed Chad Henne as the starter, as well, which could mean that the team will finally actually try to surround him with elite weapons at receiver and tight end, and possibly even running back.
Ted Ginn Jr. hasn't panned out, Anthony Fasano isn't an elite tight end, and both Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams are either aging or carry injury concerns.
The Dolphins aren't far away at all from taking their division again, and depending on how Henne and the offense can progress, they might not be as far away from Super Bowl aspirations than p...

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