Wide receiver should have been the position of strength this year and instead, it has become a hodgepodge of who is available for the Miami Dolphins week to week.
Tua Tagovailoa has been in this league for almost two seasons but has only started the equivalent of one. In those 17 games, Tua has yet to play with all of his available starting pass catchers at the same time.
Preston Williams, DeVante Parker, and Will Fuller have all spent time off the field. Fuller has managed to appear in only two games this year. Last year it was Albert Wilson and Allen Hurns opting out of the season.
While Jaylen Waddle has been an absolute joy to watch in his rookie season, there are a lot of questions at the position heading into 2022. Will Wilson and Hurns be back? Probably not. Will Fuller will not be. Preston Williams may not be. Mach Hollins is an impending free agent and DeVante Parker is expensive.
This could all point to big changes coming this offseason and if were to place a wager, I would guest that we will see players coming and going.
Prediction: Addition of a top prospect in the draft, a top WR in free agency, and Mack Hollins being re-signed.