An Updated Look At The Miami Dolphin’s Offense

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Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

With the NFL draft hype behind the Miami Dolphins this offseason, questions begin to formulate about the status of the new and improved roster.  Of the eight selections in the draft, the Dolphins selected five offensive weapons including two new additions to the offensive line.  Offensive productivity seems to be on the agenda for improvement for the Dolphin’s management.  Here is an updated look at the 2014 Miami Dolphins offensive depth chart.

*Notes a 2014 rookie

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  • Devin

    I like the O-line upgrades for sure. I didn’t we had Jordan Rodgers either

    • http://phinphanatics.com Andrew

      We actually released him about an hour ago, lol

  • BartDePalma

    I think MIA is looking at Hoskins as a FB/H-back.

  • Pygskyn

    I’m not sure if you were listing them in depth chart order, but if you were, you have Thomas as the #2 RB behind Moreno. Probably should be Miller in the #2 slot. (Hopefully soon Butterfingers isn’t on the list at all, but thats for another day)

  • Pygskyn

    Looking at that list of Wideouts, all I can think of is “Embarrasment of riches.” We are fricken STACKED at wideout. Especially if Landry ends up as good as I believe he will be.

  • Johnny

    TE Lynch a “Playmaker”… Come on!! Kid is a blocker and short to intermediate reciever… Nothing special.. No Speed… Another wasted pick..

  • Dewbert

    Let me school this author, who is studying “Communication (Journalism & Public Relations)”: “Noot” is spelled “not.” “Continous” is spelled “continuous.” “Breakthrew” is spelled “breakthrough.” “Reciever” is spelled “receiver.” “Recieving“ is spelled “receiving.“ “Dolphin’s fans” is spelled “Dolphins fans.” The University of Wisconsin should be embarrassed for allowing you into a program that requires one to be able to spell simple words. Invest in a spell check or, better yet, go back to elementary school and take a spelling class.

    • http://phinphanatics.com Andrew

      Noted

      • Dewbert

        Your chick is hot, though. :)

  • Buckeye Finfan

    I don’t normally do this but I was so offended by the NFL
    video of Michael Sam kissing and cuddling his boyfriend and the act of repeatedly
    pushing that agenda on us with the constant replays that I feel it necessary to
    speak up. I don’t know about you but the
    video actually made me nauseous. People
    are free to live any lifestyle they choose whether I agree or not but there are
    lines of public decency that should not be crossed nor should that lifestyle be
    forced on those who disagree.

    So I took a moment of my time today to call the NFL and they
    actually have an extension for leaving a comment and the operator very kindly
    transferred me to leave my message. I
    simply expressed my thoughts to them about the video and added that the NFL was
    no longer safe for family viewing. If
    they continued down this path they risk alienating a large segment of their
    audience and losing viewers. I
    encouraged them to get back to the game of football and leave behind the
    politics and Liberal Agenda.

    Here is the number: (212) 450-2000

    Additionally, I would encourage people to call the Miami
    Dolphins organization as well. Their
    number is (305) 943-8000. They will
    verbally take your opinion and are very politely receptive to it. The reason I called them is because they
    suspended and fined a player (Safety Don Jones) for a tweet in reference to the
    Michael Sam video. The tweet simply
    said, “OMG – Terrible”. There
    was no hate or name calling yet they took a severe action against him for
    simply expressing his opinion on his own time.
    I would also point out that many players in the NFL made hateful
    comments against Tim Tebow for his religious views yet not a single player was
    reprimanded for it.

    If enough people speak up it could have a positive impact.

  • PhinPhan1227

    A couple of things, Miller is probably #2 not 3 and I’m pretty sure Turner will play guard and he’s probably ahead of Nate Garner