Miami Dolphins post draft positional power rankings

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The Miami Dolphins improve on offense and defense in this year’s NFL Draft and those new additions have made each unit stronger than last year.

The Dolphins finished with 10 wins last season and now will have an extra 17th game to try and get into the postseason. If this year’s draft class can step up and play well out of the gate and Tua Tagovailoa can become the quarterback that Miami hopes he can be, the Dolphins could be contending for the AFC East this year and possibly a run in the post-season.

It’s way too early to start talking about playoffs just yet and Dolphins fans know that this team can be loaded with talent and something will always happen. Miami got a lot of wins last year and coaching seems to be one of the leading reasons why. Now with a bunch of new players and a rookie class that mainstream media is calling elite, the Dolphins should be making progress in 2021.

I have been asked several times in the last few day what positional unit is the best on the team right now so we are going to take a look and rank them from worst to first just to have a little post-draft fun.

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