Redrafting the Miami Dolphins 2020 draft brings a lot of change

Tua Tagovailoa #1 of the Miami Dolphins (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
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Can Noah Igbinoghene finally turn his career around for the Miami Dolphins after two seasons that would label him a bust?

Right now, today, the Dolphins swung hard on Igbinoghene and it didn’t go out of the park. In fact, for now, today, it was a dribble back to the pitcher. To say that Igbinoghene wasn’t a good pick is a bit of an understatement. Maybe with a new coaching staff, he turns it around but if we could do it again, he would likely drop into round two for someone else.

The Dolphins seemed to covet Cesar Ruiz with the 26th overall pick. After the Saints drafted him two spots in front of Miami, Chris Grier traded the pick to Green Bay and dropped down to 30.

While many could make a case for staying put, the drop-down wasn’t the problem. Passing on a top running back prospect, Jonathan Taylor was.

Taylor has been an absolute stud on the football field and he was taken in round two at pick 41 so in reality, Miami missed not once but twice on the running back and today, Miami is still spinning wheels trying to find a capable top runner for their offense.