2013 Team Outlook: Miami Dolphins
TE Dustin Keller, MIA - Not Draft Worthy
One thing Miami did right this season was pick up free agent Dustin Keller. Not only did they prevent their division rival New York Jets from resigning him, but they added a nice offensive weapon to replace Anthony Fasano. Keller is a nice over the middle threat that could find himself in the end zone 8-10 times this season. In addition, Keller should make a nice outlet for Tannehill when he's struggling to move the ball down field. The potential for a very good season is there, we just need to see how often Dustin will be used in the offense.
Update: Dustin Keller sustained a serious career threatening injury. Very sad news as he was expected to be a big part of the Dolphins plans this year. Let's hope that the injury isn't as bad as it looked.Injury Status: Injured Reserve
PK Dan Carpenter, BUF - Bye Week Fill-in
PK Caleb Sturgis, MIA - Quality Backup
Update (8-17): It's not often teams draft kickers. Best of luck to the incumbent if they do. In this case, Dolphins kicker Dan Carpenter is now ex-Dolphins kicker Dan Carpenter. Miami waived the veteran in favor of Sturgis, a two-time All-American at Florida. The accurate booter made 24 of 28 field goals with the Gators last season. Nobody should count on the Dolphins right away, but Miami is certainly an AFC sleeper with interesting point-scoring pieces, so watch Sturgis for now.
Miami Defense - Deep-league Only
With so many questions surrounding Miami's offense, this defense could find itself on the field way too much this season. While this could mean sacks and turn overs galore, it more likely means points allowed and few points for fantasy owners. With 20+ defenses ranked ahead of Miami, it is probably best to look at one of them to begin the season.