Miami Dolphins' 2014 Draft: The Good, the Bad and the Baffling

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Miami Dolphins' 2014 Draft: The Good, the Bad and the Baffling
J Pat Carter/Associated Press
Miami Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey (above) just finished his first draft in the Dolphins' front office.

The Miami Dolphins have not made the playoffs since 2008. If they want to finally break the trend, and finally break .500, they will need to get major contributions from their 2014 draft class.

With eight picks in the draft, the Dolphins chose to focus primarily on the offensive line, going with two of the top linemen in the first three rounds. The overall theme of the draft seemed to be finding help for quarterback Ryan Tannehill, as the Dolphins selected five players on offense and just three on defense.

It was the first draft for Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey and the third for head coach Joe Philbin. If the two are going to make it to their second and third draft together, they will need to strike it big with their selections.

With that, let's take a look at the good, the bad and the baffling from the Dolphins' haul this weekend.

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