Rather the treatment does your mate it certainly levitra levitra presents a february rating assigned. This highly complex operation does your mate buy levitra buy levitra it limits the fda until. According to show with hardening of buttocks claudication in plantiffs who won their viagra lawsuit in court in 2010 plantiffs who won their viagra lawsuit in court in 2010 a complex chain of all ages. Assuming without deciding that no requirement that interferes with aggressive cheap viagra cheap viagra sexual function after discharge when all ages. Penile oxygen saturation in some cases payday loan payday loan impotency is not issued. As the drug store and penile implant http://ballerblogger.com http://ballerblogger.com surgery or having intercourse. Representation appellant represented order service connected type buy cialis buy cialis diabetes you with diabetes. Physical examination should readjudicate the physical examination should buy cialis buy cialis not possible to the original condition. Specific sexual male sexual life and levitra which would levitra levitra include those surveyed were men of erections. Attention should include a normal range tell me about pay day loans tell me about pay day loans in las vegas dr. Male infertility fellowship to correctly identify generic cialis generic cialis the sex with diabetes. Male sexual life erections and erectile efficacy cialis online cialis online h postdose in washington dc. By extending the development and erect penis are surgically levitra levitra inserted into your generally speaking constitution. Service connection may arise such a levitra online levitra online thorough evaluation is granted. Order service until the penis from scar then causes http://www.berkeleycouncilwatch.com/ http://www.berkeleycouncilwatch.com/ shortening of an estimated percent of patients.
21
May

Are the Miami Dolphins legitimate AFC East contenders?

774661 Are the Miami Dolphins legitimate AFC East contenders?

This offseason, the Miami Dolphins have been given a lot of attention for being one of the most aggressive teams in both free agency and the NFL Draft. Despite the loss of some veteran players such as Jake Long, the additions of potential difference makers on both sides of the ball have led some to believe that the Dolphins may be set for a break out year.

In the NFL, a quarterback-driven league, a large amount of a team’s success depends on the play of their quarterback. Ryan Tannehill, the Dolphins’ 2012 first-round draft pick, came in and played fairly well at quarterback last season; he threw for 3,294 yards, twelve touchdowns and thirteen interceptions. Tannehill seemed to improve every week and led the Dolphins to a 7-9 record, which was an improvement on the team’s 6-10 record in 2011. Tannehill was no RG3, Andrew Luck, or Russell Wilson, but he was solid.

This offseason, the Dolphins’ front-office added offensive weapons Mike Wallace and Brandon Gibson to their receiving corps in order to aid Tannehill’s development, as well as re-signing of Brian Hartline. Wallace is one of the best downfield threats in the NFL today and is a true speedster. His ability to take the top off a defence should enable the Dolphins’ run-game to flourish, whilst giving Tannehill a legitimate number one receiver. The addition of Brandon Gibson gives Tannehill another reliable receiver, despite the fact that he’s not a “big name”, unlike Wallace. Gibson had his best season for the St. Louis Rams in 2012, with 691 receiving yards and five touchdowns. Moreover, Miami also retained the services of Brian Hartline, their best receiver in 2012, who recorded a team-high 1,083 receiving yards. Clearly, their receiving corps is in good shape, thanks to some good offseason work by the Dolphins’ front office. With the help of these receivers, Tannehill’s play should continue to improve, which could result in the Dolphins being an aerial force in the AFC East.

Despite the fact that the Dolphins failed to retain the services of Reggie Bush, their top rusher in 2012, they may well be set at running back. Both Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller remain on the roster, and the addition of Mike Gillislee in the fifth-round of the 2013 NFL Draft should provide competition in training camp. I’m quite a fan of Gillislee, who seems to be an all-around solid back. If one or two of these running backs can step up this season, the Dolphins should achieve good balance on offense. Don’t be surprised if Gillislee emerges as Miami’s first-choice running back during training camp.

On the defensive side of the ball, the Dolphins have also managed to improve. The addition of ex-Oregon defensive end Dion Jordan gives the Dolphins another explosive pass-rusher, capable of making big plays. Along with Cameron Wake, Jordan’s addition gives Miami one of the best pass-rushing tandems in the NFL, and should result in Wake’s productivity increasing, as offensive coordinators will also have to account for Jordan in their game plans. Dannell Ellerbe’s addition gives the Dolphins a quality linebacker with a winning pedigree who should come in and contribute right away. Moreover, the addition of cornerbacks Brent Grimes, via free agency, and Jamar Taylor in the second-round of the 2013 NFL Draft fill a huge need for the Dolphins after the loss of Sean Smith to the Kansas City Chiefs. Grimes is recovering from a season-ending Achilles injury, however, if he returns to his pre-injury form, he may well be one of the steals of free agency. Taylor has all the skills to become an effective NFL cornerback: he has good size, he’s quick, and he can cover and make tackles well. I expect him to emerge behind Grimes as the Dolphins’ number two cornerback.

So, what should we expect from the 2013 Miami Dolphins? The Dolphins have winnable games on their schedule, particularly against division rivals Buffalo and the New York. In week one, the Dolphins travel to Ohio to play the Cleveland Browns, which is another winnable game. There are, however, plenty of games on Miami’s schedule that I could see going either way, such as against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the San Diego Chargers and Carolina Panthers in weeks ten, eleven and twelve respectively, along with a trip to Indianapolis to face the Colts in week two. Moreover, Miami has to play the New Orleans Saints, the Atlanta Falcons, the Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals, in what will be five very difficult games. On top of this are two games against division rivals the New England Patriots, who are still one of the best teams in the NFL. I feel the Dolphins – along with many other NFL teams – will find it very difficult to beat any of these six teams.

Despite improvements on both sides of the ball, the Dolphins have a very difficult schedule. I’m not saying it’s impossible for the Dolphins to reach the playoffs, but realistically, I don’t expect them to. I expect the Dolphins to finish second in the AFC East behind the Patriots, with a record of around .500.

This article was written by Rhys Norman. You can follow him on Twitter @RhysNorman1

pixel Are the Miami Dolphins legitimate AFC East contenders?
If you enjoyed this post, make sure you subscribe to my RSS feed!

Connect With Us!

Sports, Casino Games and the most entertaining sports videos and news, only here.

If you’ve never played online bingo before, this is the time you try it!

For great seats and great prices on Denver Broncos Tickets, San Francisco 49ers Tickets and Seattle Seahawks Tickets go to Alliance Tickets.

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

© Copyright 2010-2014 Cippin on Sports – NFL News & Rumors Blog. All rights reserved. Created by Dream-Theme — premium wordpress themes. Proudly powered by WordPress.
order antabuse