The acquisition of Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall gave the Dolphins the elite No. 1 target in the passing game that they had been lacking for so long.
The Dolphins aerial attack, or lack thereof, ended up being pretty tame. This was due to the lack of a running game, which hindered the entire offense, and the conservative styles of offensive coordinator Dan Henning and quarterback Chad Henne.
In the end, the Dolphins ranked right in the middle of the pack at 16th in receiving yards, but the team's passer rating fell all the way down to 28th.
While the Dolphins receivers were in part limited due to other factors, I will, as best I can, attempt to rate their individual performances in the 2010 season.
Chris J. Nelson majored in journalism at Georgia State University and is currently a programming coordinator for Turner Sports in Atlanta. He operates his own Miami Dolphins website, The Miami Dolphins Spotlight, and he can be followed on Twitter here.