With pre-draft season right around the corner, it's time to pinpoint the college prospects most likely to don Miami Dolphins colors come late April. Hint: there are several receivers on this Big Board.
With the new year and a crop of BCS bowl games just around the corner, it's time to review the college prospects who are most likely to end up in Dolphins colors next spring.
Jake Long has absolutely lived up to his billing as a No. 1 draft pick during his time in Miami, but he's also incredibly expensive and rarely healthy. Is it time to replace Long at left tackle with 2012 second-round pick Jonathan Martin?
With needs at receiver, cornerback, pass-rusher and guard, Miami Dolphins brass will have its work cut out this offseason. Which college players best fit what Joe Philbin and Co. want to do on offense and defense? Read on and find out.
Quarterback is no longer a need in Miami, but the Dolphins desperately need to find receivers, a corner and pass-rusher in the 2013 NFL Draft. Which position will they address first next April? Read on and find out.
Which 2013 pass-rushers, corners, safeties and receivers are most likely to be wearing aqua and orange on Sundays next fall? Read on and get a sense of the players Miami will target in the 2013 NFL Draft.
Miami defensive backs looked beleaguered and toothless against Andrew Luck and the Colts last Sunday. Here are the college corners and safeties who can best help the Dolphins with that problem.
Ryan Tannehill has certainly answered all doubts that he was worth the eighth overall selection last spring, but would you take him over the guys who went first and second, respectively?
Dolphins fans are pleading for the team to acquire plenty of receiver talent next spring, but don't expect Miami to get said receivers with any of its first three picks. A look at the defensive prospects the Dolphins should target next April.
Curious as to which college prospects are best suited to play for the Miami Dolphins in 2013? Read on and find out the top 10 players who would make the most sense in Miami.
With all the upgrades that have to be made Sun Life Stadium, Dolphins fans are starting to question whether it makes more sense to just build the team a new venue. If so, can it please be a re-creation of the legendary Miami Orange Bowl?
Dolphins fans might not be thrilled with the play of rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill, but it would be a mistake to write him off as a bust anytime soon. Need proof? Look no further than Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Year one of the Joe Philbin era in Miami has been all about installing the West Coast offense for rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill. But when will the team get their signal caller some receivers? Hint: It probably won't be this year.
It's Jets Week, and you know what that means: the NYJ circus is coming to Miami. Here's a look at the current state of the Jets/Dolphins rivalry.
Which 2013 draft prospects are most likely to end up as Miami Dolphins? We take a look at 12 players who could be wearing aqua and orange next year.
Week 2 of the 2012 NFL season represents Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill's second start. Will he have a better go of it this week than he did against the Houston Texans last Sunday? Magic 8-ball says yes.
Which wideout will score more RedZone touchdowns in Week 2? A poll so you can tell us the receiver who will reign supreme this Sunday.
How closely does Joe Philbin want Miami's offensive line to mirror the one he left in Green Bay? Hopefully down to a tee. A look at how the Dolphins' offensive line can be more like the one that protects Aaron Rodgers every Sunday.
The Dolphins picked a good year to struggle at cornerback, as the 2013 corner class is stacked with premier talent. Here are the top eight prospects who should be available next April.
The Dolphins' 30-10 loss to Houston on Sunday was unpleasant, but things in Miami might not be as bad as they seem. A look-on-the-bright-side write-up on the current state of the Miami Dolphins.
Greg Jennings' future in Green Bay might be on its last legs, but what are the chances the dynamic receiver reunites with Joe Philbin in Miami?
The 2013 college wide receiver class will likely be an intriguing one for Dolphins. Which wideouts will make the most sense for Miami next spring? An analysis of the receivers who will best fit the West Coast offense.
Mel Kiper's first Big Board of 2013 is now available. Did your favorite draft prospect make the list?
Scouts Inc. Top 32 of 2013 is officially out, and some of their selections will surprise you. Did Scouts get it right this year? An evaluation of all 32 selections.
Ever wonder what might have been? Well, this article is a careful examination of three "what-if" scenarios that forever changed the Miami Dolphins.
Before Scouts Inc. releases their Top 25 next week, I'd like to present my own ranking of the best draft prospects coming out in spring 2013.
Scouts Inc.'s Top 25 of 2013 debuts next week, but my projection of the list's top 10 won't have Matt Barkley at No. 1.