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The Phinsider: The SB Nation Miami Dolphins Blog has new update
1 day ago Where did you rank the Miami Dolphins wide receivers?
Photo by Kevin Sabitus/Getty Images Last week, I discussed CBS Sports having the Miami Dolphins wide receivers unit rank sixth and how that might be too low. I also put up a poll asking the following question- Where would you rank the Miami Dolphins' receivers in the NFL? The results were- First, received 32 votes or 71 percent. Second, received 9 votes or 20 percent. Third, received 2 votes or 4 percent. Fourth, received 2 votes or 4 percent. Fifth, received 0 votes. I’m drunk with hate for the Miami Dolphins, so I rank them sixth or lower also received 0 votes. I also asked the following question: Where would you rank the Dolphins’ wide receiver unit overall in the NFL? Below are some of your thoughts and answers- Spok507 says on paper; they are number 1! Since everything is basically ‘on paper’ right now, it’s hard to not put them first. What other team has 3 top WRs like Hill-Waddle-OBJ? Add in the rookie Washington and I’d put our WRs at the top. Nobody knows what the season would bring, but right now, on paper, they have to be #1. 21Dave says they are in second until they can show out as a unit in a big game. I put second , they have the talent to be number 1, but in big games they don’t seem to show up fully and they struggle to get off press coverage, hence so many motion plays. Two things they can fix with a little determination and effort!! ChumpPunk says Hill and Waddle may be overrated. In big games, the Hill//Waddle duo disappeared. Was it all Tua’s fault, or mainly receivers? Perhaps both are overrated. dolphinfan1323 says 5th and potentially first if all the new additions at WR work out. I feel Miamis receiving core has been highly over rated we had to receiving threats hill and waddle the last two years then who? This year it really depends on obj and the two rookies but I definitely feel better about it now especially when adding in the TEs but from just the wrs I would say 5th and potentially 1st 72Phins4ever is correct! Best rec core since Duper, Clayton and Moore The comments were an array of opinions but the poll clearly has the majority believing that the Dolphins wideouts are the very best in the NFL. Thank you again to everyone who took the time to answer our Phinsider question of the day.
The Phinsider: The SB Nation Miami Dolphins Blog has new update
1 day ago Could De’Von Achane become Miami’s No. 3 receiving option?
Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports De’Von Achane spent his first NFL offseason focused on two specific goals. De’Von Achane showcased game-breaking speed with an average of 7.8 yards on 103 carries last season and is gearing up to be a well-rounded threat moving forward. The Sun Sentinel’s David Furones reported that Achane had two offseason goals — getting strong and improving his route-running. Last season he played in only 11 games because of a preseason shoulder sprain and an MCL sprain suffered against the New York Giants. BILL INGRAM/THE PALM BEACH POST / USA TODAY NETWORK When healthy, he saw at least three targets in seven games and finished the year with 27 receptions for 197 yards and three touchdowns — on top of 800 yards on the ground. “During OTAs, I was going out there running routes with them when they weren’t here,” Achane said. “I did that with them. Basically, why not? Our receiver room is one of the greatest, and if I want to do the stuff they want me to do, might as well take tips and learn from them.” All signs point to Odell Beckham Jr. being No. 3 on the wide receiver depth chart and the addition of Jonne Smith creates opportunities at tight end, but remember that passing to running backs is a theme in Mike McDaniel’s offense. Miami’s 125 running back targets were fifth-most in the NFL last season, which is interesting considering that tight end Durham Smythe was third on the team with just 43 targets. The Dolphins struggled to find a consistent threat out of the backfield as five different backs saw at least 15 targets. With a year to improve durability and better understand the offense, there’s a path for Achane to emerge as the team’s third receiving option behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. He created a league-best 4.94 yards after contact per attempt last season, which led the NFL. With an improved focus on catching the football, Achane can take fewer chances of facing physical defensive linemen in the trenches while continuing to be featured in one of the league’s best offenses. As a rookie, things picked up for Achane by Dec. 3, closing the season with at least three targets in six of the season's final seven games, including three receptions on six targets against the Kansas City Chiefs in the Wild Card Round. this de'Von achane guy is pretty #good pic.twitter.com/DS3SCBNAxL— josh houtz (@houtz) January 3, 2024 Despite the slow start for Achane, Miami tried to get other running backs involved through the air. Salvon Ahmed saw at least three targets in six games before suffering a season-ending foot injury. Raheem Mostert caught seven pass attempts for 60 yards and a touchdown against the Denver Broncos but saw at least three targets just four times. He averaged roughly one target per game from Oct. 29 through Jan. 13. Jim Rassol / USA TODAY NETWORK The Dolphins improved the running back room by selecting Jaylen Wright in the fourth round of April’s NFL Draft, but the second-team ALL-SEC tailback now faces the same rookie-related hurdles Achane battled last year. Miami enters the season stacked with top-end talent and there’s expected to be competition for snaps at running back. That said, there are signs suggesting Achane’s headed toward a breakout campaign in 2024.
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