Miami Dolphins have plenty of needs in NFL Draft

The Miami Dolphins are a team in limbo and team that needs immediate help in the upcoming NFL Draft. After finishing the season with a disappointing 7-9 record in the NFL gambling this team finds itself at an interesting crossroads in the NFL wagering competition and must get help immediately in the NFL draft.

The franchise is committed to winning and proved that this NFL betting offseason by signing free agent ILB Karlos Dansby to the one of the biggest contracts for a linebacker in sports betting history. But with the middle-linebacker hole plugged with Dansby there are still plenty of other concerns for team that is either two young or two old at most positions to compete for an NFL wagering playoff spot.

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With third-year QB Chad Henne locked in at the starting spot he needs a decent set of receivers if he’s ever going to become a decent player in the league. This seems like the most logical NFL draft move for the Dolphins. The team’s starting receiving corps is the worst of any team in the NFL betting competition and is the team’s most glaring need.

Oklahoma State’s Dez Bryant is far and away the top rated WR according to NFL gambling experts and the ‘Fins would love to have him. The only question is whether or not he’ll still be available at the 12th pick of the NFL draft or will some other NFL betting team snatch him up first.

If Bryant is unavailable or if WR-hating Bill Parcells opts to go in another direction, NT is the team’s other glaring need. With Jason Ferguson suspended for the first 8 games of the 2010 NFL wagering season and the team undecided if they want to re-sign him, the team will have to fill this hole in the NFL draft. Dan Williams of Tennessee looks to be the best interior lineman that will be left at the 12th pick and it’s very likely either he or Bryant will be wearing a Miami Dolphin uniform in the upcoming NFL wagering season.

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