The Miami Dolphins were busy this offseason but was it enough to close the gap with the Buffalo Bills?
Since Sean McDermott joined the Buffalo Bills in 2017 they have dominated the division rivalry with the Miami Dolphins. Over the past six contests, the Bills are 5-1 and the last three the Bills have won fairly easily with double digit margins in each.
This past year, the Dolphins finished with a 5-11 record, including losing the first seven games. However, once the Dolphins made the switch from Josh Rosen back to Ryan Fitzpatrick the offense performed much better and they did finish the year 5-4.
While the Dolphins have struggled the past few years, there seems to be growing optimism after an active offseason. Leading up to this offseason, the Dolphins cleared cap space and collected draft picks and they made the most of it.
The moves made this offseason should give the Miami Dolphins a much more competitive roster and the two games the Buffalo Bills have against them will likely be much closer this coming year. The following slides take a closer look at the offseason moves made by the Dolphins, a key matchup and one reason why the Buffalo Bills will win.