3 reasons the Miami Dolphins need to trade Teddy Bridgewater right now

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If the Miami Dolphins are able to add another player to their 53-man roster, who isn’t nearly guaranteed to sit the bench, they will be a better team.

The Miami Dolphins having three quarterbacks on their 53-man roster isn’t ideal. We know why they’re doing it but it’s still not the way you draw it up. Having two extra guys who, unless something bad happens, hold clipboards, eliminates someone else who has a better chance of contributing to the game being able to play.

The Miami Dolphins had seven inactive players on Sunday. Two of those guys, I would have loved to see suited up. Those players were rookie sensation Eazy- E, Erik Ezukanma, and recently signed Trey Flowers.

It’s being said that Ezukanma didn’t make the active list because he’s still learning the playbook. That’s why River Cracraft was in there. Flowers, on the other hand, I’m not sure about. Maybe he is still settling in.

Either way, one of those two guys can suit up if Teddy Bridgewater is dealt to another team. That would make the team better. We want as many good players, that can actually impact the game, to be wearing a jersey on Sundays.

Maybe because our injuries on the offensive line mean the Dolphins will go out and sign another lineman that they can suit up on Sunday in the event that Bridgewater is gone? That be fine with me. Again, bring more players that can help on Sundays compared to having players who will only be inserted in the game because of an injury.