Miami Dolphins: Predicted Finish, Key Signings & Fantasy Stars

Miami Dolphins: Expected Endings, Key Signings, and Fantasy Stars
In the 20th installment of a 32-part series, we profile every team in the National Football League, with a prediction of where each team will end up in their division, key off-season acquisitions and their top fantasy stars. Today we’re looking at the Miami Dolphins.

Key off-season acquisitions

The most notable move the Dolphins made during the offseason was the acquisition of Pearson, Georgia wide receiver Tyreek Hill in a trade from the Kansas City Chiefs. In return, the Chiefs received the first-round pick in 2022, the second-round pick in 2022, two fourth-round draft picks in 2023, and a six-round draft pick in 2023. Last year, Hill had another explosive season, being the Chiefs’ top offensive tackle wideout. He had 111 catches for 1,239 yards and three touchdowns.

Hill wasn’t the only wide receiver to be acquired by the Dolphins during the offseason. They also acquired Cedrick Wilson Jr. of Memphis, Tennessee. Last year he had 45 catches for 602 yards and three touchdowns with the Cowboys. Wilson signed a three-year deal worth $22.05 million.

At running back, the Dolphins signed Chase Edmonds to a two-year, $12 million contract. Last season in the desert with the Arizona Cardinals, he had 116 rushes for 592 yards and two touchdowns, and 43 catches for 311 yards. As a full-back, the Dolphins signed Alec Ingold of Green Bay, Wisconsin, to a two-year, $6.5 million contract.

On the offensive line, the Dolphins signed offensive tackle Derron Armstread of Belleville, Illinois, to a five-year, $87.5 million contract. For the past nine seasons, Armstead has been with the New Orleans Saints. Wilson Jr. wasn’t the only offensive player the Dolphins signed from the Cowboys during the offseason. They also acquired offensive tackle Connor Williams on a two-year, $14 million deal.

On defense, the Dolphins signed full-back Melvin Ingram from Hamlet, North Carolina. Last season with the Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers, Ingram had 25 tackles, four tackles for a loss, 11 quarterback hits, two sacks, a pass deflection and a forced fumble.

fantasy stars

Hill is currently the 10th wide receiver. Don’t be surprised he has a drop in stats because he’s partnered with Tua Tagovailoa and not Patrick Mahomes.

The Dolphins have the eighth best defense in fantasy. The fact that most of last year’s defense remained intact only goes to show how confident Miami management is in limiting the points made.

Estimated end

The Dolphins could be battling the New England Patriots for second place in the AFC East. At this point, the Patriots appear to be a little better. The Buffalo Bills win the division and are a Super Bowl contender.

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