Number 2: Cameron Wake
Wake should have been the Comeback Player of the Year in 2016 turning in one of his best pro seasons since coming to Miami. A dominant force that has Jason Taylor saying Wake is a better pass rusher than JT. That’s a big endorsement.
While it’s unlikely that Wake makes the Pro-Football Hall of Fame, simply hasn’t played as many years as most others, he will most assuredly be enshrined in the Dolphins “Ring of Honor”. At 34 Wake is still playing a top level and last year saw the DE intercept his first NFL pass.
Number 1: Jarvis Landry
When it comes to being prepared it’s hard to find anyone who puts more time and effort into the game. Landry has been regularly staying after practices since his rookie season. He has emerged on the field as a go to outlet for Ryan Tannehill and in his three seasons thus far has caught more passes than any other receivers in history over the same first three years.
Landry has also become a fan favorite and is on the verge of becoming the face of the franchise. Wether as a pass receiver or a return man, Landry puts 100% effort on every play no matter what and his athleticism stands out as one of the best in the NFL. This year he ranked 42 on the NFL’s top 100 list. The highest ranking of any Miami Dolphin player.