It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see that the Miami Dolphins’ offensive line can still be a lot better.
Liam Eichenberg isn’t playing horribly this year and Greg Little looks like he might be better than Austin Jackson but we can’t be fooled, the Dolphins’ best chance for long-term success is to permanently fix the offensive line.
Miami has a great left tackle and a better-than-average right guard but aside from those two are we really going to say that Conner Williams is the long-term solution at center? Are we going to trust in Eichenberg at guard while we believe the right tackle position is perfectly fine?
By the end of 2022, we might have a completely different opinion on these guys but through two games we have to believe the line is what is keeping Mike McDaniel from having a top rushing attack and if that is the case Miami needs to address the position next year.
Miami may be drafting late in round one and if they are, it will be important to identify players that might be there. The Dolphins could also attack free agency, in the same way, they added Williams and Armstead this year. That would free up the draft as well but drafting is still ideal if they can ID a player that can anchor the line. That is something they haven’t done well in the last several years so maybe FA is the best way to go.