List of needs no longer imposing
Dolphin Digest|January 2021
With the regular season rapidly winding down, the needs of this team moving forward are pretty obvious, aren’t they?
ANDY COHEN

An elite wide receiver, slot receiver and running back. Sure, there are other areas that require close attention. Areas that could use some additional depth like the offensive line. But when you evaluate the entire roster, when you break down what this season’s first 14 games have taught us, it is clear that with the exception of the above-listed needs, this roster is in pretty good shape.

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