Miami Dolphins Offseason Overview: Wide Reciever

March 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Beyond nose tackle, wide receiver is the greatest need for the Miami Dolphins entering the 2010 season. There is talent on the unit, that can’t be denied, but there is no elite talent. There’s no one capable of taking the Dolphins receiving game to the next level.

Media and fans have pointed as much out for the last two seasons. The Dolphins front office knows it, the players know it, teams around the league know it. Bill Parcells and general manager Jeff Ireland can’t allow that to continue. Bringing in a true No. 1 receiver would bring out the best of the players already under contract.

Ted Ginn Jr. was touted as the answer at the position coming into the season, but he finished the year with only 454 yards receiving and one touchdown—barely half his numbers from a year ago. Ginn was among the league-leaders in dropped passes and his mistakes late in games were at times the difference between wins and losses.

Ginn goes out of bounds too often, dr...

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