It’s here. It’s finally here.
After three excruciatingly long months, it’s time to don that Miami Dolphins hat gents, ‘cause it’s GO time. Get your popcorn ready, sit back, and relax.
There will be duds. There will be fireworks.
And when the dust settles, hopefully this secretive roller-coaster ride of an offseason will come to an end.
Will the Dolphins brass select a Quarterback in the first round—the only time since 1983? How will they address the giant, beast-sized hole left by Brandon Marshall? Can they truly add a real contributor with that extra third round pick? Will they find a replacement for Will Allen, a well-respected captain and the team’s leading tackler for several years? Or, perhaps most importantly, will they curse the Dolfans with another offensive lineman in the first round?
The first day of the draft is here. Are you brimming with excitement? I’m about to go bonkers.
I don’t remember the last time I was this emotionally invested in a draft. Maybe it’s because Dolfans have endured years of mediocrity. Maybe it’s because we have a promising new head coach and offensive coordinator. Maybe, just maybe, they can start this new regime on the right foot.
Now, join me as I highlight a few options the Dolphins could consider.
With the No. 8 pick in the draft, the Dolphins select…