2011 NFL Draft: Grading the Miami Dolphins Overall Draft

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2011 NFL Draft: Grading the Miami Dolphins Overall Draft
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The Miami Dolphins 2011 NFL Draft Class is set in stone and the picks are in.

Jeff Ireland's first official draft class seems full of question marks and uncertainties that will need to step up in game time in order for Ireland and head coach Tony Sparano to continue calling the shots for the Miami Dolphins organization.

Another early draft trade was made but not with the pick that most thought it would be, and more head scratching decisions were made.

Miami went offense early and defense late in hopes to improve in 30th-ranked offense and maligned running game.

Individual pick grades are based on positional need vs. the value of the pick and once and for all an overall draft grade is based on the individual selections. 

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