NFL Predictions: Why the Miami Dolphins Will Have a Scary Good Pass Rush in 2013

July 31, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Miami Dolphins fin-ished (pun intended) the 2012 season with a lowly 7-9 record. Needless to say, there was a lot wrong with that team. 
So it makes sense that the pass rush was also weak. It was faulty partially because it relied around only one player, Cameron Wake, in order to be successful. Yes, Wake had a monster season, but his 15 sacks were more than all of the other defensive linemen on the team combined. 
When you have a one-man show like the Dolphins did, it is hard to be successful as a unit. 
The front office in South Beach took notice of this and used the No. 3 pick in the 2013 NFL Draft on Dion Jordan, defensive end from the University of Oregon. 
Jordan will immediately add athleticism and skill to the defensive line. More importantly, he will make the Dolphins pass rush incredibly scary for opposing offenses. 
The former Duck played very well during his time at Eugene, picking up 44 tackles, five sacks...

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