Fans React To Dolphins’ Stacked WR Room After New Signing


A Dolphins helmet waits on the sidelines for the next series during the football game between the Miami Dolphins and the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium on October 25, 2018 in Houston, Texas.
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The Miami Dolphins are going all-in for the 2023 season.

They acquired All-Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey in a trade this offseason, and look set to take off next season.

After all, their health will greatly affect how far they can go.

Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has struggled to stay on the field during his NFL career.

Last season, he had to face concussion on two separate occasions.

While the dolphins are committed to the tua, they should be concerned by the number of serious injuries.

Tagovailoa led the Dolphins to an 8ā€“5 record in 13 games played last season.

The Dolphins also averaged 25.5 points per game in his debut.

He should be even better in 2023.

Miami has recently added even more firepower to its attack.

The Dolphins signed wide receivers Braxton Berrios and Chuna Anderson to strengthen their wide receiver room.

NFL insider Dov Kleiman has an updated look at the Dolphins’ wide receivers.

Last season, Tyreek Hill and Jalen Waddle were arguably the best receiver duo in the game.

He should dominate once again next season.

Head coach and play caller Mike McDaniel must be able to put his receivers in the best position possible to be successful.

Miami may have the fastest offense in the NFL.

Anderson said that he has been a downfield threat throughout his career.

Miami would be a problem for the rest of the NFL to defend.

If he stays healthy, the Dolphins could make a run for the AFC East title next season.

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