The Miami Dolphins are a mess on both sides of the ball right now, and there isn’t going to be a short-term fix for newly minted head coach Brian Flores.
Replacing defensive end Cameron Wake has to be on the short list of things to accomplish this offseason. The secondary needs help, and the offensive line allowed a whopping 52 sacks last season.
Speaking of sacks, that’s another reason why the Dolphins will likely want to make a move under center.
It’s pretty clear quarterback Ryan Tannehill will never be a long-term answer for Miami, particularly after back-to-back injury-plagued seasons. Banking on him being effective behind such a porous offensive line is a dangerous gamble.
New regime, new quarterback.
Drew Lock is a bit of a reach at No. 13 — a player the Broncos elected to pass on a few selections earlier. Yet the Dolphins need to find a figurehead to build around in coming seasons, and Lock is the best choice to make that happen.