Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Dolphins' lines at opposite ends of the spectrum?

Defensive line is undoubtedly the biggest strength of the Miami Dolphins. Ndamukong Suh leads an interior rotation that includes C.J. Mosley and Earl Mitchell, while star defensive end Cameron Wake stands opposite Olivier Vernon.

And don't forget rookie Jordan Phillips, who will be looking to claw his way onto the game field as soon as he can.

But what about the other side of the ball? The Dolphins are solid at center with Mike Pouncey, while guards Billy Turner, Dallas Thomas and Jamil Douglas will be jockeying for position on either side of the veteran.

Ja'Wuan James looks to build on the outside entering his second year, and Brandon Albert hopes to hit the ground running coming off an ACL and MCL tear last season.

So how wide is the gap between the two units?

Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post gives a breakdown of the teams' unit on both sides of the ball, ranking them from strongest to weakest.

[Check it out HERE]

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