For the past decade, it feels like every time we enter the offseason we talk about how the Miami Dolphins need to fix their offensive line. The o-line, like the rest of the offense, struggled last season. Perhaps the players just weren’t suited for the offense the Dolphins were running or they just weren’t being coached up. Well the Dolphins hopefully fixed both of those issues when they hired Mike McDaniel to be the head coach. He brings an offense that is effective, but not complicating, and hopefully we see an improvement along the o-line this year.
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