The Miami Dolphins are rolling along in the new post-Bill Parcells era like a prize fighter who has taken one too many punches.
In an off season mired with players publicly lashing out against management, an owner reaching out to a head coach while currently employing another; and the team hiring of an offensive coordinator who ran one of the two offenses ranked lower than theirs, the Dolphins are looking for a bright light at the end of the tunnel.
In 2010, Miami used seven out of their eight draft selections on the defensive side of the football.
Now it's time to focus on the offense.
After extensive research and cataloging several players hoping to be drafted in this year's draft, the Miami Dolphins would be best off using the 15th overall pick in the draft on ...