The Miami Dolphins had a tumultuous 2022 season.
They started the year with a hot start, winning eight of their first eleven games.
However, after injuries began to plague the roster, including concussions for Tua Tagovailoa, the wheels fell off the bus.
What was one of the most dominant teams in the AFC quickly turned into a spiraling team that barely made the playoffs.
When looking ahead to the 2023 season, the Dolphins have added quite a few pieces to help them make a deeper postseason run.
They have been recently rumored to have interest in Jonathan Taylor, which Collin Cowherd indicated would “put them in a Super Bowl class.”
"I think it would put them in a Super Bowl class."
— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) August 22, 2023
Cowherd expressed his issues with the Dolphins as they’re currently constructed.
He’s not a believer in Tagovailoa, indicating that he would not give him an extension.
By adding Taylor, Cowherd does believe the Dolphins’ Super Bowl window is open, albeit for two seasons.
The team isn’t heavily invested in Tagovailoa, as he is still on his rookie deal.
This has allowed them to make several moves, signing players to best build their roster.
Dolphins fans hope they can trade for Taylor, adding another elite piece to their offense.
Trading for Taylor would indicate the Dolphins are ready to win now, believing they have the right players in place.
The top of the AFC is crowded, with seemingly little room for other teams to find the top.
However, every year it seems there are a few teams that sneak in, making their way into the postseason.
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