Stat Predictions for Miami Dolphins Key Offensive Players
With training camp being around the corner, the Dolphins' 53-man roster is becoming clearer.
Defensively, Miami has been one of the better teams in the last few years and they are set to have another standout year. However, offensively, they will be installing a completely brand-new system with rookie head coach Joe Philbin.
Gone are the days of the stagnant offense ran by Tony Sparano. This new offense is projected to put up a lot more points and help Miami's offensive players increase their stats from last year. This will be more evident in Miami's key offensive players.
These are the projected stats for Miami's key offensive players for next season.
- 180 Rushing Attempts
- 850 Rushing Yards
- 7 Rushing Touchdowns
- 55 Receptions
- 420 Receiving Yards
- 4 Touchdowns
Reggie Bush will benefit from the new offense, but his numbers will be impacted by the depth the Dolphins posses at the running back position.
Bush will share carries with Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller, limiting his production. Bush will be used a lot as a receiving back, allowing him to rack up more yards and touchdowns as he does most of his damage in the open space.
- 35 Receptions
- 515 Receiving Yards
- 4 Touchdowns
Chad Ochocinco is obviously not the player he was a few years ago in Cincinnati, but that doesn't mean he won't help the Dolphins by providing them with a lot of experience and the ability to catch a lot of footballs.
He will be better than he was in New England last year, and since Miami doesn't have an alpha receiver, he will get a lot of chances to prove himself.
- 75 Receptions
- 800 Yards
- 6 Touchdowns
Davone Bess is a great route runner that will also benefit from the new offense. He runs short, quick routes that help the quarterback every time he gets into trouble.
With the Dolphins planning to throw the ball a lot more, Bess will be one of the most targeted receivers, especially on passing downs.
- 3,400 Passing Yards
- 28 Touchdowns
- 13 Interceptions
David Garrard seems to be the front runner for the Dolphins starting quarterback spot for next year. He has outplayed Matt Moore and Ryan Tannehill thus far.
Garrard is a good starting quarterback that can help Miami be more competitive and help the new offense develop. He is also an experienced quarterback that can help mold Tannehill into Miami's future quarterback. Garrard will be throwing the ball a lot, which will show Miami fans what he's capable of doing.
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