We can all agree on one thing that the Miami Dolphins offensive line was abysmal this past season. The running game wasn’t good until Duke Johnson started getting a chance and Tua Tagovailoa had to make quick decision/throws. Whoever the new head coach will be, they are going to have to figure out how to fix this offensive line. It would be a crime if Jesse Davis was starting along the line again after his performance this year. Thankfully the other 4 starters are young and there is hopefully still a chance for them with some better coaching or a new scheme. The smart thing to do would add one of the premier o-line free agents and bring in a valuable veteran presence.
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