2. Improved offensive line/rushing attack
Miami’s offensive line was the worst in the NFL. There is no debate, and honestly, it may have been the worst offensive line in NFL history.
There is no chance that Mike McDaniel allows that to happen again. The offensive line will be addressed, and it will be coached better. Far too many times, Miami’s offensive line failed to pick up easy stunts and made mistakes that should have easily been corrected with coaching.
McDaniel will definitely have the big boys up front pass protecting, which will obviously help out Tua Tagovailoa.
Then, outside of just pass blocking, McDaniel will run the ball, and he will use that rushing attack to help his quarterback. Some may take it as a knock on Tagovailoa that he needs a strong rushing attack, and it may be a valid one, but no matter who the quarterback is, we should all want that.
Having a team that can run the ball helps everyone, not just the quarterback. However, for Tagovailoa, having an offensive line that can pass protect and help open up rushing lanes will be huge for him.