Keller (81) and Wallace (11). (Photo: El Nuevo Herald)
While the Miami Dolphins offense struggled early on once again in Friday's 27-3 preseason victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars, the starting unit finally got it together on its final drive which resulted in a touchdown. But despite the early struggles, it has become apparent that this will be a far more dangerous team when it comes to throwing the football in 2013.
The Dolphins look to be a more dangerous passing team this season despite the prized signing of the offseason, Mike Wallace, going without a catch in his first game in a Dolphins' uniform. But who needs a receiver that can stretch the field when you have a tight end that can do it?
In his Miami debut, former New York Jet tight end Dustin Keller shined. Keller recorded two receptions for 46 yards including a 22-yard touchdown on what would be quarterback Ryan Tannehill's final pass of the night. While Wallace was shut out, Brandon Gibson had a 14-yard recepti...