The Miami Dolphins joined the Cincinnati Bengals as one of the worst teams in football last season. In fact, the Dolphins have really just been a perennially bad team for the past like decade in all aspects.
Draft picks don’t work out, stars leave, veterans retire, injuries shred, and backups are not ready. All of the above happens just about every year for the Dolphins. They can use any of the help they can get.
Like the Bengals, the Dolphins drafted a player they hope will become the face of their franchise in Tua Tagovailoa. The Dolphins allowed Fitzpatrick 2.22 seconds on average last season before pressure was in his face.
PFF noted this on the Dolphins’ O-line, “They recorded the lowest team run-blocking grade of any team in the NFL. There are a lot of holes to fill on the Dolphins’ roster, and plenty of them are along the offensive line.” Maybe Larry Warford is the answer to some of their problems.
They have to have some answer or the already-fragile Tua will be doomed from the start.