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Filed under: Power Rankings published their post-draft power rankings last week. Here's a look at how the Miami Dolphins were represented.


Last week, published their post-draft power rankings, and, somehow, I missed them. We correct that this morning with a look at how and NFL Network analyst Elliot Harrison views the Miami Dolphins following a frenzy in free agency and the draft.

Rank 15
Change: Up 3

Miami got its man on draft day, and was willing to pay the price to do it. Jeff Ireland rolled the dice a lot this offseason, in more ways than just dealing his 42nd overall pick to swoop in at No. 3 and obtain the draft's best pass-rushing prospect ( Dion Jordan). I ran into Jordan in March, as well as at the draft. Bottom line: If his shoulder is right, he can be a force. With Cameron Wake, Randy Starks, Dannell Ellerbe and Reshad Jones in the mix, you might be looking at a wild-card team.

I'll take that. Sitting in 15th prior to the start of the NFL season seems about right for Miami. Assessing the team as a "wild-card team" is even better.

What do you think of the ranking? Too high? Too low?

And, just to take a quick look at the AFC East, Harrison has the New England Patriots at five (down two), the New York Jets at 27 (down one), and the Buffalo Bills at 29 (no change).

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