Yes thats right folks. Let the debate begin over the possibility of the Miami Dolphins making the playoffs and challenging the Patriots for top of the AFC East. With the addition of Mike Wallace to a team that had a total of 3, yes 3 TD catches last year, the Dolphins will be better. However they will not be ready for the playoffs this year. Ryan Tannehill is a great young QB that will continue to improve and get better, but has yet to play 30 games at the quarterback position in his career. Losing tackle Jake Long will be a huge loss in protecting Tannehill but the Dolphins can find a replacement in this years draft. Having a passing attack that includes Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline is only great if you have a running game to complement it. Lamar Miller will most likely win the competition for the starting job, but did not show the signs last year of being able to be an every down back. The defense is above average and will be able to keep them in a majority of games and allow the Dolphins to improve their record. Signing Brian Hartline to such a big contract is a major risk after only seeing one productive season. Give the Dolphins three years to keep building and develop, they will be a solid contender to make the playoffs every year.