NFL Draft 2011: the Top 10 Prospects the Miami Dolphins Should Draft

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NFL Draft 2011: the Top 10 Prospects the Miami Dolphins Should Draft
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After yet another disappointing season for the Miami Dolphins where they went 7-9 and missed the postseason, the team will look to the draft to improve and reload for next season. The Dolphins had an odd year in which they went 6-2 on the road, but went an abysmal 1-7 on their home field.

Former Executive Vice President of Football Operations, Bill Parcells, has left the office and Miami will have to draft without the Superbowl winning coach. However, in his time with the Fins, he helped rebuild the defense and offensive line and made Miami a more complete team. The Dolphins even won the AFC East in 2008 under Parcells, but have regressed since that feat.

The Dolphins suffered from one of the most futile offenses in the NFL and a lot of that blame can be directed to the inconsistent quarterback play of Chad Henne.

Miami has the 15th overall pick in this year's draft and certainly has some holes to fill. The team's most pressing needs are at quarterback and running back, but they also need a guard and safety.

Here are the top 10 prospects the Fins should consider drafting with their first-round selection, as well as some of their later draft options.

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