Mister Obvious Says – A lot of new faces in Miami’s receiving corps. Miami felt it had to address a major problem with the team and went out and did it. If there is one man smiling in Miami it has to be QB Ryan Tannehill.
Biggest Addition– Ndamukong Suh. That’s it. It starts and ends with him.
Biggest Loss – TE Charles Clay to the Bills. But, they feel Jordan Cameron who they signed away from the Browns will fill the role.
Rookie To Watch – 14th overall pick, WR Devante Parker of Louisville will have a lot of eyes on him this season. Fortunately, he will not have to carry the weight of the receiving corps as he will have veteran free agent signees Kenny Stills, Greg Jennings and the aforementioned Jordan Cameron to help carry the burden.
Marquee Match-up – We circled their week 6 game on the road against the Titans as the game of the year for the Dolphins. We will know based on the outcome of this game the direction of the Dolphins season for the remainder of the year.
Game Most Likely to Win – Since we have to pick one, we are going to say week 2 against the Jaguars. Even though Miami is going on the road we view this as the game they are most likely to win.
Game Most Likely to Lose – Week 15 on the road at the Chargers. The Chargers are looking like a beast this season and should be in the midst of battling for the division crown when the Dolphins come to down.
Overall Thoughts – For all the activity Miami undertook in the off-season to address its receiving corps, we don’t see any single move that tremendously upgraded the position. The hope in Miami has to be that as a collective group the receivers will elevate the passing threat to opposing teams. The addition of Suh could be viewed as the biggest defensive addition in the division. That is, unless you are in New York where they will say bringing back Revis Island was the biggest defensive addition in the division. Of course, one could argue that moving from New England to New York was not addition to the division. We’ll leave it to you the fans to argue that point.
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