The Dolphins Need The Two Big Offensive Positions In One Offseason
There has been a lot of talk in the last week Mark Ingram may drop because of perceived value and a potentially arthritic knee. Do not believe this misdirection, Ingram is a safer pick. No matter what else you hear, that is the logical argument put forward when it comes to why the Dolphins may draft Ingram in April.
The draft bust record of running backs in the first round is a lot better than the quarterbacks, so you will not see a quarterback drafted here. The Dolphins can try and get one of the several quarterbacks on the market in the NFL and take a running back here. This will hopefully solve the Dolphins' running game issues going into 2011.
The Dolphins do not have a second-round pick this year, so they have to get the first-round pick right. Ingram is a very safe pick who can be very productive for the Dolphins this year provided he is not misused by the Dolphins coaching staff.
New offensive coordinator Brian Daboll almost killed Peyton Hillis in Cleveland in 2010 with poor playcalling and a complete lack of imagination. The Dolphins front office hired Daboll anyway. Good luck to Dolphins fans in 2011.
|1. Carolina Panthers: Cam Newton
2. Denver Broncos: Marcell Dareus
3. Buffalo Bills: Patrick Peterson
4. Cincinnati Bengals: Julio Jones
|17. New England Patriots: Ryan Kerrigan
18. San Diego Chargers: Cameron Heyward
19. New York Giants: Tyron Smith
20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Adrian Clayborn
|5. Arizona Cardinals: Von Miller
6. Cleveland Browns: Da'Quan Bowers
7. San Francisco 49ers: Nick Fairley
8. Tennessee Titans: Blaine Gabbert
|21. Kansas City Chiefs: Akeem Ayers
22. Indianapolis Colts: Anthony Castonzo
23. Philadelphia Eagles: Derek Sherrod
24. New Orleans Saints: Muhammad Wilkerson
|9. Dallas Cowboys: Prince Amukamara
10. Washington Redskins: A.J. Green
11. Houston Texans: Robert Quinn
12. Minnesota Vikings: Jake Locker
|25. Seattle Seahawks: Justin Houston
26. Baltimore Ravens: Torrey Smith
27. Atlanta Falcons: Cameron Jordan
28. New England Patriots: Titus Young
|13. Detroit Lions: Nate Solder
14. St. Louis Rams: J.J. Watt
15. Miami Dolphins: Mark Ingram
16. Jacksonville Jaguars: Aldon Smith
|29. Chicago Bears: Gabe Carimi
30. New York Jets: Phil Taylor
31. Pittsburgh Steelers: Mike Pouncey
32. Green Bay Packers: Brooks Reed
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