# 22. Miami Dolphins
No team in the NFL changed more between February and now than the Miami Dolphins.
After shedding veteran talent and hoarding draft capital last year, the Dolphins rolled into the 2020 offseason with a barrel full of draft picks and a pile of cap space. And as Sobleski wrote, the team wasn't shy about using either.
"Miami's 'Tank for Tua' strategy actually worked," he said. "Sure, the organization received a little help from Tua Tagovailoa's unfortunate hip injury, but the front office built up enough draft capital to acquire the team's new face of the franchise even if that hadn't happened.
"The improvement doesn't stop there. Miami's prodigious financial assets were used to sign Byron Jones, Kyle Van Noy, Shaq Lawson, Emmanuel Ogbah, Ereck Flowers and Ted Karras. The Dolphins then added 11 draft picks, including three first-round selections: Tagovailoa, Austin Jackson and Noah Igbinoghene. Brian Flores' squad competed hard last season, and the Dolphins are going to be much better this year."
The Dolphins may not be ready to compete for a playoff spot yet, but the team's ground-up rebuild appears to be progressing well. And with a bundle of draft capital in 2021 as well, Miami could be poised for a similar leap forward in 12 months or so.
We almost broke the Top 20 and the Patriots are at # 20. The Jets at #24 the Bills at #12.
Say what you want about this or that , or this person or that one........Most people generally like the direction we are going in. I haven't heard anyone say.......OMG the Dolphins Blew it! Everybody sees a positive direction.