1: Jarvis Landry – head and shoulders above any one else on the Dolphins receiving group. Landry was the best of everything Miami Dolphins in 2015. He broke the NFL record for most receptions by a receiver in his first two seasons and set the single season Miami Dolphins reception record with 110 receptions on a whooping 166 targets. Landry’s only real downside comes in the red zone. Landry had four touchdowns on the season but he did carry the ball 20 times for 113 yards and one score.
2: De’Vante Parker – It’s hard to rank Parker number two considering that he didn’t exist most of the season until Rishard Matthews injury in December. Over the final six games of the season however, Parker really began to show signs of his playing ability and his building rapport with Ryan Tannehill. Parker finished the season ranked 6th overall in receiving for the whole team and 4th overall by receiver only. He scored three touchdowns. Almost all of his 494 yards receiving and scores came in the final weeks of the season after being absent the first half.
3: Rishard Matthews – Matthews turned an off-season request for a trade into a free agent gold mine. Matthews is not going to command top money on the open market in free agency but he is going to earn a very big pay increase. Matthews was the 2nd leading receiver on the team before getting hurt and missing the last six weeks. He caught 43 passes for 662 yards and three scores. While it has earned him a pay increase in March, it likely won’t be with the Dolphins.
4: Kenny Stills – Stills was supposed to be the big deep threat receiver Miami needed after the trade of Mike Wallace. Instead Stills was the guy who seemed to drop passes. Stills’ route running was not very good at times and overall his play on the season was inconsistent. He caught only 27 passes for 440 yards.
5: Greg Jennings – Jennings has been a huge disappointment. Miami didn’t get the Jennings from Green Bay or even the Jennings from Minnesota. No, the Dolphins got a Jennings who needs to retire. Hailed as a great route running receiver with excellent hands, Jennings struggled catching the ball all season. Making matters worse was his drops came at crucial points in the game. It’s likely spelled the end of his career, at least in Miami.
1: Jordan Cameron – Cameron is number one simply because Dion Sims didn’t do enough. Cameron was a monumental waste for this offense. Not because of his play but because offensive coaches had no clue how to use him properly. He finished the season with 35 receptions for 386 yards and four touchdowns. Everyone expected more…from the team.
2: Dion Sims – I honestly almost put Jake Stoneburner here but Sims managed to collect 18 passses for 127 yards after missing the first month of the season with a concussion in week one.
3: Jake Stoneburner – Stoneburner appeared in like two games and he managed to catch 5 passes for 47 yards and two touchdowns making you wonder why he didnt’ get more playing time.
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