Re-Drafting Miami Dolphins' 2013 Draft

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Re-Drafting Miami Dolphins' 2013 Draft
Jason DeCrow

No matter how you look at it, the Miami Dolphins' 2013 NFL draft class was among the least productive draft classes ever seen. 

Only one player from this draft class (Caleb Sturgis) would win a starting job with the Dolphins—and he was very inconsistent. 

I've wondered why this group turned out to be so unproductive, especially since the Dolphins had nine picks in last year's draft.

Did Jeff Ireland truly pick a stinker of a draft class, did this class have its fair share of bad luck, did this coaching staff (a staff that has shown itself to be stubborn beyond the point of improvement) not give the players the opportunity on the field or was it a combination of the three? 

In this piece, we're going to go back to a year ago and re-pick the 2013 NFL draft for the Dolphins and see if there are any improvements that can be made. 

In this piece, each Dolphins' draft-day trade will still be made, meaning who the Dolphins pick will remain the same as it was last year.

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