The Miami Dolphins at one point this season looked like a team headed towards the playoffs, as they got out to a 3-0 start. However, since going into New England in Week 4, they have been wildly inconsistent, and a lot of that has to do with the fact that Ryan Tannehill went down with an injury.
Since Tannehill has been out, the team has turned to Brock Osweiler, who has been more of a joke during his NFL career. However, he has actually played good football since becoming the starter in Miami, although he had a serious clunker this past week, as he went into his old stomping ground in Houston on Thursday night.
The Texans and quarterback Deshaun Watson did whatever they wanted against the Dolphins, as the defense looked overmatched in giving up 42 points. The Dolphins have a lot of questions on that side of the ball heading into 2019, and they may want to add an edge rusher via the NFL Draft with their first round pick.
Brian Burns from Florida State has been one of the elite pass rushers in college football for a few seasons now, and should be a guy who goes in the first round next April. With Cameron Wake getting up there in age, Burns would be a nice addition, making the Dolphins solid against the pass once again.