In the newest addition to The Finsiders’ AFC East Positional Breakdown series, we look at possibly the deepest position in the entire division in the defensive line. Read More
With a new football season fast approaching, that means another iteration of EA Sports’ critically acclaimed football franchise is about to hit stores. Today, the complete ratings for every team were released, and several Miami Dolphins were ranked near the top of their respective positions. Read More
The Dolphins obviously addressed some definite needs on offense during the 2011 NFL Draft, bringing in a stud interior offensive lineman (Mike Pouncey), an every-down running back (Daniel Thomas), a deep threat wide receiver (Edmond Gates), and a versatile pass-catching tight end (Charles Clay). What about the rest of the division, though? We know that the Bills had the third overall pick and that the Pats had 600 total selections, but what did those teams (and the Jets) end up doing and will it lead to increased toughness in the AFC East in 2011?