I know it's the offseason, but I hope I'm not talking to myself on the forum.
There is potential on this offense to work defenses hard this year. It starts with the offensive line though.
This unit has SO much upside. Every offense comes down to the performance of the QB, of course, but that feels especially true for this Dolphins attack. Mike McDaniel's résumé and Miami's personnel additions (numerous RBs, OT Terron Armstead and WR Tyreek Hill) suggest a style of play that marries strong rushing principles with exceptional speed and space from the pass catchers, giving the QB more time to make decisions in higher-probability passing situations. Tua Tagovailoa passed into the highest rate of tight windows last season at 19.3 percent, a figure that should significantly decrease in 2022, inherently generating more favorable stats across the board. Play-action was a strength for Tua, despite defenses being ready for it: His 39.5 percent rate led the NFL, per Next Gen Stats, and his 113 completions and 71.5 completion percentage were both top-five figures.https://www.nfl.com/news/nfl-s-top-11-o ... st-win-sha
Here's my NGS primer on three of the Dolphins' most dangerous weapons ... Use Hill on hitches. The blazing-fast wideout led the NFL with 322 yards on such routes last season. Look out for Jaylen Waddle on out routes, as he caught 27 of 36 targets for 268 yards -- all top-three figures on the pattern. Chase Edmonds averaged a whopping 5.6 yards per rush inside the tackles last season.