Miami Dolphins: Offensive Moves Needed For 2011 and Beyond

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Miami Dolphins: Offensive Moves Needed For 2011 and Beyond
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How’s everyone doing? It’s been a couple of months since I last wrote an article on Bleacher Report; feels pretty good to be back.

As we know, the 2010 Miami Dolphins offense dragged… I mean it DRAGGED!

Since then, as fans are still lost in awe and disappointment, they attempt to look towards a future, rather than focusing on the recently ended campaign that will hurt as bad as the 2007 season.

I’ve been studying the draft boards and free agent market, and have been analyzing the available players as pertaining to Miami’s scenario and how they could help improve the offense. Then I stop and look at what needs to be fixed.

Quarterback, running back, guard, center, tackle, receiver and tight end; that’s just about everything!

Clearly the offensive game plan needs to be reassessed, as well as the personnel running it on the field. If Miami plans on being a contender, they will need to readdress almost every position on the team this offseason in order to compliment their already talented defense.

Bare with me; this needs to be done.

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