To give balance to this article, our run blocking was 3rd worst in the NFL last year according to Football Outsiders.
Every NFL Team's Fatal Flaw Heading into 2018
Miami Dolphins: Interior O-Line
In recent years, the Miami Dolphins have been stuck in limbo—too good to call bad, but much too bad to call good.
The team has been...average.
Unfortunately, that's also a good descriptor for Miami's offensive line.
Per Football Outsiders
, the Dolphins were quietly pretty good in pass protection last year, ranking 11th in the NFL. But the run-blocking was a hot mess—third-worst in the league.
The Dolphins are hopeful that the acquisition of guard Josh Sitton will bolster the interior of the line. The 32-year-old is a four-time Pro Bowler. But after two years in Chicago in which Sitton battled injuries, the Bears passed on the veteran's $8 million option for this year.
That's something of a red flag.
Daniel Kilgore was brought in to replace the departed Mike Pouncey, but calling that move lateral is kind.
It's not a bad interior.
It just isn't an especially good one, either.