2014 Offense: 24.3 PTS/G (11th)
2014 Defense: 23.3 PTS/G (20th)
Key Additions: Ndamukong Suh (DT), Kenny Stills (WR), Greg Jennings (WR), Jordan Cameron (TE), Brice McCain (CB)
Key Losses: Mike Wallace (WR), Brian Hartline (WR), Charles Clay (TE), Jared Odrick (DT), Dannell Ellerbe (LB), Phillip Wheeler (LB), Jimmy Wilson (CB)
Top Three Draft Picks: Devante Parker (WR), Jordan Phillips (DT), Jamil Douglas (G)
The Dolphins spent the the offseason giving Ryan Tannehill some new weapons. They lost some of his top targets from last season but I think the guys they replaced them with are an upgrade. They also used their first round pick on a wide receiver that could be a real difference maker.
The real prize of Miami’s offseason was the signing of Ndamukong Suh. Suh is one of the most impactful players in the game. The Dolphins had to sacrifice some depth on defense but if he’s healthy and playing to his talent level it will be worth it. The Dolphins have a good shot at ending not only their playoff drought but New England’s streak of division titles.