The Miami Dolphins are oozing with confidence these days. If it’s not predicting they will have the best offense in the NFL, it’s one of the position groups that top all others.
There is a swagger going on in South Florida, tired of watching the new England Patriots take their annual place on top of the AFC East, the Dolphins are out to prove 2013 is their year.
Receiver Brian Hartline added to the parade stating the Dolphins have the best pass catching group in the division.
With the arrival of speedsters Mike Wallace and Brandon Gibson, and add tight end Dusti Keller, he could be right.
"Absolutely, I think we are," Hartline said, via Kevin Patra of NFL.com.
"The whole passing game is an advantage of ours."
"A lot of (Tannehill's growth) has been the communication and the development between player and coach," Hartline said.
"You can see coach (Joe) Philbin coming into his own as well, Mike Sherman feeling just more comfortable as coaching staff.
Being able to use all different parts ... we have a lot of new parts. Although very important that we got them, it's also very important that we mesh and work together ... and that is something that we are working on now."