I would say that losing two OL starters is a "reboot" process once again for the OL. This isn't the way to get continuity with a group where chemistry is very important. It all depends on hard work and good coaching, and the Dolphins are young and hungry.
Dolphins Wire (USA Today) wrote:
Miami, excluding transactions mid-season, lost nearly 3,100 offensive snaps (3,073). Those departures include:https://dolphinswire.usatoday.com/2021/ ... offseason/
* iOL Ted Karras – 1,067 snaps
* OG Ereck Flowers (trade) – 856
* QB Ryan Fitzpatrick – 496
* WR Isaiah Ford – 374
* RB Matt Breida – 151
* RB DeAndre Washington – 77
* OT Julie’n Davenport – 52
How does 3,100 snaps lost stack up to the league? Some teams, including the Detroit Lions, Los Angeles Rams, Los Angeles Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs, Las Vegas Raiders and Houston Texans, lost in excess of 4,000+ snaps this offseason as of April. So while there’s plenty of change, it isn’t nearly up to the peaks of others across the league.