NFL Predictions 2010 - Miami Dolphins NFL Odds - Can The Fish fly in 2010? To score points last NFL predictions season, the Miami Dolphins relied on a diverse ground game featuring the Wildcat offense in 2008 and 2009, but the team feels they have finally found a quarterback to lead an air attack. The NFL predictions 2010 run for the AFC East has Miami in a battle with the New England Patriots and the New York Jets. Can the Miami Dolphins get it done for the 2010 NFL schedule?
Quarterback Chad Henne was the new starter in 2009 and the team began to feel more confident with their passing game. So much, in fact, that they traded for Denver’s talented but disgruntled wide receiver Brandon Marshall. Marshall should help develop Henne into a top quarterback this NFL predictions season, but will that be enough to crack a tough AFC East division?
The NFL predictions 2010 betting line in Vegas is at 16-1 for the Dolphins to win the AFC Championship and win a trip to the Super Bowl shows there are still questions to answer. Start with running backs Ricky Williams and Ronnie Brown. Brown is coming back from a serious injury and, at 33, Williams is nearing the end of the road. Do they have enough left to be effective for your NFL predictions 2010 lineup?
The defense will have a slightly new look. Gone is Joey Porter, the loudmouth, talented linebacker, and drafted were DT Jared Odrick and linebacker Koa Misi. Both should play prominent roles in 2010 as well as returning starters Yeremiah Bell, Vontae Davis, Channing Crowder, and their big free agent pick-up, Karlos Dansby, from the Cardinals. Dansby will provide energy at linebacker and some big plays too.
How Henne and Marshall, mesh, however, will be a key to success in 2010. If they can bring a new dimension to the team’s offense, the Fish could leap over the aging Patriots in the AFC East, while challenging for a playoff spot.
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