30th? They may as well have said dead last then. I think a lot of the problem was QB and offensive line, but we'll see. We had a bunch of fast smurfs last year and the Dolphins could not move the chains ... hence, a lack of offensive plays and opportunities.
30. Miami Dolphinshttps://bleacherreport.com/articles/283 ... son#slide3
Receivers: Albert Wilson, Kenny Stills, DeVante Parker, Jakeem Grant, Isaiah Ford, Brice Butler, Preston Williams, Trenton Irwin, Reece Horn
Tight Ends: Nick O'Leary, Mike Gesicki, Dwayne Allen, Clive Walford, Durham Smythe, Chris Myarick
A new coaching staff means a fresh start. Sometimes a situation just stinks, though.
The Miami Dolphins will enter the 2019 campaign without a single receiver who managed more than 553 yards last season. Some talent is present, but head coach Brian Flores and offensive coordinator Chad O'Shea will be hard-pressed to find a receiver capable of consistently getting open to serve as a top target.
Wilson played well through the first seven games, but he's coming off a season-ending hip injury. Stills never developed into anything more than a downfield option. Parker will receive yet another opportunity to prove he's not a first-round bust.
Miami drafted Gesicki in last year's second round because of an exceptional physical profile (6'6", 245 lbs), but he managed just 22 caches and should cede the starting role to O'Leary after the two traded off the job throughout 2018.
Maybe Josh Rosen or Ryan Fitzpatrick can get more out of this group, but it's unlikely.