2010 NFL Predictions: Miami Dolphins

August 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Miami Dolphins weren't able to build on their 2008 division title, falling to just 7-9 last season. But things are looking up as the 2010 season approaches. The Dolphins were able to land wide receiver Brandon Marshall, giving them a true No. 1 wideout for the first time in several years. His presence should immediately improve a passing attack which ranked No. 20 in the NFL last season.
After ranking No. 25 in scoring defense, it was clear the Dolphins needed to part ways with Paul Pasqualoni. Former San Francisco 49ers head coach Mike Nolan has been brought in to take over defensive coordinator duties. Miami is hoping that this move, along with the signing of Karlos Dansby, will help rejuvenate the defense.
Offense: Marshall may be a diva, like so many other wide receivers in today's game, but he will have an immediate impact on the offense in a positive way. First off, he gives emerging quarterback Chad Henne a go-to guy. Secondly, he demands a lot of defen...

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