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Sunday Morning Miami Dolphins/Phinsider Poll:Leading Receiver Edition

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Last week I asked the question "Who will be the hero, star or have the biggest positive impact for the Dolphins, in the game tomorrow, no matter the outcome?". The player that led in votes was our rookie quarterback, Ryan Tannehill with 25% (43 votes). The second place went to Reggie Bush with 23% (39 votes). Third place was a split between Devone Bess and Cameron Wake who each got 10% (17 votes).

The rest of the voting went as follows-Brian Hartline 5% (8 votes), Charles Clay 3% (6 votes), Jorvorskie Lane 3% (6 votes), Sean Smith 3% (6 votes), Karlos Dansby 3% (5 votes), Dan Carpenter 3% (5 votes), Marcus Thigpen 2% (4 votes), Anthony Fasano 2% (3 votes), Jared Odrick 2% (3 votes), Richard Marshall 2% (3 votes), Marlon Moore 1% (2 votes), Randy Starks 1% (2 votes), Paul Soliai 1% (2 votes), Daniel Thomas 1% (1 vote) and as usual there was one vote for the troll option.

This weeks poll comes from a question that Kevin asked in the weekly podcast (please note that the podcast is moving to Wednesday nights starting this week). Who do you expect to be our leading receiver this week against the Oakland Raiders? Last week it was Brian Hartline with his four catches for 50 yards in a reserve roll off of the bench. Will he step up even bigger this week or will it be someone else? Of course due to the lack of talent at the wide receiver position for this team I added all backs and tight-ends to the mix as one of them could very easily be the leading receiver for this team from week to week.