The big news in the National Football League last night was the Miami Dolphins signing of wide receiver/ PR specialist Chad Ochocinco,the former Bengal turned Patriot that was released by New England just a few days ago due to poor performance.
This appears to be a solid move for the Dolphins, who boasted very little experience at the receiver position. Before brining Ochocino aboard, the only Dolphins wideouts with real NFL experience are Legedu Naane, Brian Hartline and Davone Bess, a group that does not exactly inspire fear in the hearts of NFL defensive coordinators.
Last season Miami had a true no.1 receiver in Brandon Marshall, who the team acquired in a trade with the Bears following the 2009 season. Yet the Dolphins brought in a new head coach in former Packers offense coordinator Joe Philbin and after another off field incident, Marshall was traded away to Chicago for a pair of third-round picks, leaving Miami without a lead receiver.
The question now facing fantasy footb...