It’s safe to say the Dolphins got better with their additions this offseason. But is that enough to surpass the Buffalo Bills in the AFC East? Here are five reasons why that’s not the case quite yet.
The shockwaves throughout the football world continued to pour in on Thursday, as Tyreek Hill became the latest member of the Miami Dolphins’ offense. Speaking of that unit overall, just look at the pieces Tua Tagovailoa will have to work with, as Adam Schefter shares in a tweet.
The talent seems primed and ready for a breakout with Tua entering year three and the start of the Mike McDaniel era as well. But just how close does this push Miami to Buffalo in the division title race.
You guys know what the Buffalo Bills have to offer. After back-to-back AFC East titles, Buffalo got even more of a boost with the signings of Von Miller, Rodger Saffold, and Jamison Crowder to name a few, as well as the returns of Jordan Phillips and Shaq Lawson. The glorious meme lives on, folks.
But with the Dolphins’ moves, is that enough to hold them off? In my opinion, I believe so. Here are five reasons why the Buffalo Bills should still be favored to win the AFC East for a third consecutive season.