I like Miami's group of RBs better than I have for the past several years, but they need to invest in a more elite RB in the draft next year. The Dolphins do not view our current group of RBs the answer as they gave Chase Edmunds a 2 year contract and Mostert a 1 year contract.
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The Dolphins are certainly more talented at running back than they were in 2021, but it’s a hodgepodge collection of talent that will have to settle into order over the course of the offseason.
Raheem Mostert has the familiarity with new head coach Mike McDaniel’s offensive scheme and the speed that works well in it, but he’s struggled to stay healthy. Chase Edmonds was Miami’s most expensive offseason acquisition at running back, but he has yet to hold down a lead role over the course of his career. Sony Michel and Myles Gaskin round out the group, ranking 52nd and 49th respectively in PFF grade last season out of 62 qualifiers.