The Dolphins got their quarterback early in the NFL Draft, then found a replacement for Minkah Fitzpatrick within the secondary.
After trading off running back Kenyan Drake to the Cardinals before the trade deadline, it’s time to use the pick acquired from the Houston Texans in the deal which sent a former Round 1 NFL Draft pick, offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, packing to the AFC South.
Georgia running back D’Andre Swift has been one of the most exciting players to watch in college football this season. And Dolphins fans would have plenty of fun watching the combination of Justin Herbert and Swift work their budding magic on offense, as they could be some stalwart pieces in an AFC East potentially seeing a drastic shift in power within the next few years.
That’s what the Dolphins are setting up for, and both Swift and Herbert would be the players to help make it happen.