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CHAMPAIGN, IL – OCTOBER 19: Wisconsin (RB) Jonathan Taylor (23) warming up prior to a college football game between the Wisconsin Badgers and Illinois Fighting Illini on October 19, 2019 at Memorial Stadium in Champaign, IL (Photo by James Black/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) /

Miami Dolphins. Jonathan Taylor. 25. player. 59. . Running Back

With their third and final selection in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins may want to bring in a running back to replace Kenyan Drake. Drake was traded to the Arizona Cardinals a few weeks back, leaving a gaping hole at the position in South Beach, and one that could be filled via the draft.

Jonathan Taylor from Wisconsin has long been one of the better running backs in college football, and he could be that featured back in Miami that they so desperately need. In order to win in the AFC East, you have to be able to run the ball, and Taylor has proven he can be that back that plays three downs, and can get you the tough yardage

Overall, the Miami Dolphins franchise has a golden opportunity to completely turn around their fortunes over the next two drafts, as they hold five first round picks. We are already seeing that kind of strategy work out for the Oakland Raiders, who have already tied their win total from last season through the first half of the year.

26. player. 16. . Wide Receiver. Buffalo Bills. Jalen Reagor

The Buffalo Bills just continue to go out there and win games, and right now, they have a 6-2 record as they enter Week 10 of the NFL season. They are not a flashy team, and sometimes look more like a 2-6 squad, but they have their quarterback in place, and have taken advantage of a soft schedule early on.

For Josh Allen, he has to just continue to get better with his accuracy, as he has the arm  talent to make every throw at this level. One area the team could look to help him in is bringing in more talent at wide receiver, especially after trading away Zay Jones to the Oakland Raiders a few weeks back.

One of the better wide receiver talents in this draft class is Jalen Reagor, a gamebreaking wideout from TCU. Reagor is the kind of playmaker this offense is lacking, and with Allen at quarterback, and a good young running back in Devin Singletary, this Bills offense is not too far away from being an elite unit moving forward.