Ranking the final 8 teams
(daddyleagues power ranking)
New York Jets
Off Rank: 3rd
Def Rank: 1st
Summary: The most complete team in MSPA checks in at #1 in the power rankings. Featuring the best defense, and the 3rd best offense lead by Sam Darn...[ Continue reading ]
On the defensive side, these are the things the Fins need to improve. The D-Line seemed good last year, Carrcick McClure, and Charles Harris had, mature enough and probably will be the starters for the Dolphins edge rushers.
For the Defensive Tackles, the Dolphins have had a decent season with Javon Hargrave and rookie Spenser Morrison leading the team, but we can’t assume there won’t be any movements at free agency, in case needed.
As for Outside Lineback...[ Continue reading ]
The Dolphins need to improve fast in season five to be at least a competitive team. The holes in the Dolphins boat are too huge to be filled all at once, but here is a summary of primary needs.
First of all the Quaterback position must be decided soon. The Dolphins can enter next season without knowing who the guy that’s getting the offense on shape is gonna be. Rumors of franchise Tag for Jared Goff are not strong enough to make an assumption, but it’s definitely an...[ Continue reading ]
Sometimes the littlest things can create the biggest difference. Dolphins fourth-year Tight End Mike Gesicki certainly hopes that is the case, as he’ll be reverting back to the number he wore in college, hoping to recapture his Penn State form.
It’s official, even Alain Poupart twitted about it:
“@mikegesicki has switched number from 86 to 88, the number he wore at Penn State. Leonte Carroo had 88 last se...[ Continue reading ]
Three Quarterbacks performed this season in Miami, and the three of them made a fool of themselves.
Let’s start with Jared Goff. He came as a star from the Rams, and for some of the owners and media a bargain for the Dolphins that was going to improve the offense. Jared threw 40 interceptions and only made 11 touchdowns for the Dolphins with a 55% of his attempts completed and 2,856 yards throwing. A disaster campaign full of DUIs and Robert Kraft’s kind of aventures...[ Continue reading ]
|New York Jets||15||1||0||0.938|
|New England Patriots||7||9||0||0.438|
|Las Vegas Raiders||10||6||0||0.625|
|Kansas City Chiefs||9||7||0||0.563|
|Los Angeles Chargers||5||11||0||0.313|
|New York Giants||5||11||0||0.313|
|San Francisco 49ers||8||8||0||0.500|
|Los Angeles Rams||1||15||0||0.063|
|Green Bay Packers||14||2||0||0.875|
|New Orleans Saints||12||4||0||0.750|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||8||8||0||0.500|
|Raiders Released LE Perry Conner 69 OVR|
|Raiders Released LOLB Walker Babers 65 OVR|
|Raiders Released DT Aaryn Sutton 66 OVR|
|Raiders Released P Grayson Raymer 69 OVR|
|Raiders Released LE Arden Key 73 OVR|
|Raiders Released FB Rashard Floyd 68 OVR|
|Raiders Released QB Simon Sypniewski 67 OVR|
|Raiders Released LT Franklin Haynesworth 67 OVR|
|Raiders Released SS Rashad Waynes 66 OVR|
|Raiders Released LG Chance Washington 70 OVR|