2018 is an important season for the Miami Dolphins, and specifically, quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Tannehill will return at quarterback for the first time since 2016. The Dolphins were able to salvage last season by coaxing veteran quarterback Jay Cutler out of retirement. Cutler, however, is not the long-term solution at quarterback. The Dolphins desperately need a healthy season from Tannehill; this season will be make-or-break for Tannehill and his future with the team. Can Ryan Tannehill become the franchise quarterback the Dolphins thought he was after drafting him 8th overall in 2012? Head coach Adam Gase enters Year 3 of his contract. Gase is young, energetic, and has a prominent offensive pedigree. The Dolphins are optimistic that Gase can turn their ship around. The Miami Dolphins added several players in the offseason to fill important voids; At wide receiver, the Dolphins signed former New England Patriots receiver Danny Amendola along former Kansas City Chiefs receiver Albert Wilson, one of the fastest players in the NFL. Amendola and Wilson will team up with rising wide receiver Devante Parker as Tannehill’s primary targets. The Dolphins no longer have running back Jay Ajayi, but the emergence of running back Kenyan Drake should have Dolphins fans excited. Drake will team up with the resilient Frank Gore to form what should be a strong running game.
On defense, the Miami Dolphins partially negated the loss of Ndamukong Suh by trading for Los Angeles Rams defensive end Robert Quinn. The Dolphins defense has a lot to prove in 2018. Overall team success will depend on how well this defense can hold up.
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