Earlier in the week, ESPN gave the Dolphins offseason a ‘D+’ grade, which was the worst in the AFC East. Well the hits just keep coming as the website ranked the Dolphins quarterback situation at 24. Well obviously Brady is on top the list, but I’d rather have Tannehill than Tyrod Taylor, who was ranked higher. As stated in the Miami Herald article, the Dolphins situation should be somewhere near the middle of the league as Tannehill has proved he can make the throws and Matt Moore is one of the best backup quarterbacks in the league.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Slam of Ryan Tannehill latest indication ESPN doesn't like the Miami Dolphins | Miami Herald
Just days after an ESPN offseason report card socked the Dolphins with a D-plus grade, worst in the AFC East, the Worldwide Leader on Thursday ranked the Dolphins’ quarterback situiation 24th of 32 NFL teams in a “QB Confidence Index.”
Dolphins Offensive Line
The Miami Dolphins’ plan for backing up Mike Pouncey and what that means for Nick Mangold | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins have decided they have no interest in signing former New York Jets starting center Nick Mangold although the team realizes its starter Mike Pouncey is injury prone.
10 Miami Dolphins under pressure this offseason | The Daily Dolphin
Imagine you're sitting on your couch, watching ESPN in March and there is breaking news. Adam Schefter has just reported your company will pay someone $12 million over the next two years. And he does the same job as you.
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Four players critical to the success of the Miami Dolphins in 2017: Offensive Edition
NFL front offices list Vincent Taylor as biggest steal in NFL Draft’s 6th round - The Phinsider
Four personnel evaluators from around the NFL were polled by ESPN with the Dolphins’ sixth-round pick highlighted.