Wide Receiver Is Miami Dolphins’ Most Glaring Offensive Need

March 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Miami Dolphins’ defense needs to be addressed. There are several positions of need, and it's probable that Bill Parcells and Tony Sparano will use their first-round draft pick, and most mid-round picks, on defensive players. (http://bleacherreport.com/articles/364617-dolphins-desperate-for-wide-receiver-but-must-draft-defense )
However, Miami's offense still needs some major improvements—most notably in the area of wide receiver.
The Dolphins move the ball on the ground effectively, but the NFL is becoming more of a passing league, and Miami needs to adapt to this so they don't get left behind.
Additionally, Chad Henne's offensive weapons are limited and there are concerns this could result in him regressing next year, but it's clear that Miami has found its franchise quarterback. Sure, he made some mistakes, but with experience he can iron out those errors and become a great QB.
Now, the wide receiver issue. And it is a really big issue.
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