Rebuilt O-line now a team strength
Dolphin Digest|November 2020
The Dolphins spent an awful lot of resources this past offseason, both in draft picks and free agency capital, on their offensive line.
ANDY COHEN

Turned out to be a very prudent move.

We’ve waited a long time to say this, but it sure looks like the offensive line now has the pieces in place to be a long-term strength of this team. And how encouraging is that for an organization that seems to have been rebuilding this line for years upon years.

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