Miami Dolphins Offseason Moves Have Made Them an AFC Contender

May 23, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

A certain stigma has developed around the idea that one team can win the offseason.
It seemingly began back in 2011 with the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles signed a slate of big-name players to try and become Super Bowl champions immediately. They failed, and quarterback Vince Young was unfortunate enough to utter the words "dream team," which would live on in infamy. 
Young thought the Eagles had put together a dream team, and two years later similar sentiments were made about the Miami Dolphins. In 2013, the Dolphins spent a huge amount of money on Mike Wallace, Tyson Clabo, Dannell Ellerbe, Philip Wheeler, Brandon Gibson and Brent Grimes.
After just two seasons, Wallace and Ellerbe have been traded away, at a cut price too, while Clabo, Gibson and Wheeler found their ways to different rosters. Only Grimes remains on the roster as a starter.
When similar sentiments were made about the Dolphins' moves this offseason, it's no surprise that they were ...

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