Miami Dolphins 2011 Mock Draft: 10 Prospects The Fins Must Target In April

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Miami Dolphins 2011 Mock Draft: 10 Prospects The Fins Must Target In April
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A number of different things need to change in the Miami Dolphins player and/or coaching personnel. The course of actions taken by notable brass like Dan Henning (offensive-play calling), Jeff Ireland (draft choices) and Tony Sparano (leadership and discipline) are in serious question throughout the South Florida sports world. Despite the fact that the reallocation of these gentlemen are left up to chance, and can't really be pre-determined (unless Miami swan-dives into a 6-10 finale), the only kind of logical and foreseeable decisions to be made lie in the 2011 Draft.

The Fins lack serious depth in a few spots. While some starters are falling victim to injury on a regular basis, others are developing at a horrendously slow, kill-me-now rate, and may never grow into what many were hoping for. With a depleted offensive line, an aging, injury-prone (now non-productive) run game, lack of speed in their wide-outs, and a quarterback who seems to take one step forward and a sack for a 5-yard loss back, plus the perennial 1-4 interceptions every week, the Dolphins are in big time need for rejuvenation by way of leaders, contributors and play-makers.

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