NFL Predictions for 2010 Season: Miami Dolphins Receivers Preview

August 5, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For the past decade, the Miami Dolphins have fielded several mediocre No. 2 receivers, and dressed them up as No. 1's. Some of them, like Chris Chambers, were able to fool some fans into thinking they were No. 1's. Others, like Ted Ginn, did not fool us, but somehow fooled the regime that drafted him into thinking he was a No. 1.
As fans, we have figured it out. The Dolphins have not had a legitimate No. 1 receiver in quite some time. This is obviously a major reason why the Dolphins haven't possessed a consistent passing game in more than 10 years.
That all changed on April 14, when the Dolphins traded two second-round picks for wide receiver Brandon Marshall. Coming off of his third consecutive 100-catch season and second straight Pro Bowl, Marshall is the best receiver to play in Miami since Irving Fryer played with the club from 1993-95.
Now, before Marshall "brought his talents to South Beach" as it were, he did rack up a troubling list of indiscretions in Den...

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