Breaking Down the Miami Dolphins By Position

May 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After the turnaround 11-5 season in 2008, Miami Dolphins followed with a 7-9 record in 2009. The changes were inevitable all season. The late fourth quarter inability to stop the opposing team from scoring. The lack of help coverage from the safety position. The lack of pressure from the edge.

All these things needed to change, and with the free agency and draft, it seems the Dolphins are back on track. The lack of play-making ability on offense and defense was troubling, as well as the failure to make solid defensive half time adjustments.

The answers? New players, new coaches. Here’s a breakdown of the Miami Dolphins roster heading into their camps.
For the first time in a long while, the Dolphins can say they have a good problem at quarterback. With Chad Pennington going down early in the season, the Dolphins turned to second year player Chad Henne to take over. Henne played well at times making plays with his throwing po...

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