Heading into their Week 6 matchup with the Chicago Bears, nobody really gave the Miami Dolphins a chance to win the game. The Bears came into the game off a bye week, and with one of the more explosive defenses in the league, so that should have spelled trouble for the Dolphins, who were going with Brock Osweiler at quarterback.
For those who have not been following along at home, Osweiler has been a dumpster fire during his NFL career, and against this Bears defense, the expectation had to be three-plus interceptions. Instead, Osweiler was a beast for the Dolphins, continuously bringing his team back, as the Dolphins beat the Bears in overtime.
Despite the solid game from Osweiler, the Dolphins have to be hoping to get Ryan Tannehill back, as they are sitting at 4-2, and could be a player in the AFC playoff picture this season. If they do make the playoffs, they will be picking later in round one, where they should look to bring in a guy to bolster the interior of their defensive line.
Miami has solid edge guys in Cameron Wake and Robert Quinn, but they need bodies on the inside. Notre Dame defensive tackle Jerry Tillery is a good-looking player, who not only can move offensive linemen with ease, but also has a knack at making plays behind the line of scrimmage. Miami needs that kind of talent.