It became abundantly clear to everyone who watched the Miami Dolphins last season what was missing.
The team that General Manager Jeff Ireland assembled and Joe Philbin coached lacked dynamic, game-changing, impact producing playmakers.
During Philbin's end of the season discusson with the local media he admitted the Dolphins needed to score more touchdowns and create more turnovers to win more games.
During owner Steve Ross' talk with the South Florida media earlier this month he acknowledged that he's expecting the Dolphins' brass to add an "explosive receiver" and impact defensive players this offseason.
During Ireland's talk at the Senior Bowl it became clear he's obsessed with finding offensive players who score touchdowns, and defenders who make disruptive plays.
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Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel | Jan 26