Miami Dolphins Top Five Players In 2015

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Jarvis Landry had a fantastic 2014 but he needs to have an outstanding 2015. The Dolphins have opted to center their entire passing game around him allowing possession receiver Brian Hartline leave, his only competition Brandon Gibson to leave, and the deep threat Mike Wallace leave as well via trade. Matt Moore recently said on The Finsiders that Jarvis Landry, regardless of who else comes to Miami will be the leader of that position.

That’s not really a surprise as Landry in year one displayed a work ethic on the field and at practice that hasn’t been seen in Miami in a very long time. Landry doesn’t accept anything less than 100% and that was something that last years offensive rookie of the year Odell Beckham, Jr. said was a staple of Landry at LSU.

This years offense is going to feature more of Landry and he will most assuredly embrace the opportunity. It’s why he is one of the five critical keys to success in 2015 not named Tannehill or Suh.