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Dolphins' offense could be best of Ryan Tannehill era

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    The Miami Vincent Rey JerseyDolphins ranked 24th in total offense and 17th in scoring last year. Nevertheless, there were several signs that they were building something positive for the future. Miami saw a breakout Shawn Williams Jerseyperformance from running back Jay Ajayi, who made his first Pro Bowl after compiling 1,272 rushing yards and eight touchdowns. Receiver Pat Sims JerseyKenny Stills had his best season in Miami with a team-high nine touchdown catches, and Jarvis Landry also made his second Pro Bowl following his second consecutive 1,100-yard season. This core group of skill players, which includes receiver DeVante Parker, is stocked with young standouts who are approaching their prime. By all accounts, the future is now for this group as it enters its second season together in head coach Adam Gase’s offense. It's hard to fathom that Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill, 28, is entering his sixth year as a starter. On paper, this is the best offense he's had, and now the pressure is on him to match or surpass last year’s production. His highlights in 2016 included going 8-5 as a starter -- the first winning season of his career. At times, Miami’s struggled in areas such as third-down conversions. This year’s group has enough talent and balance to improve in those areas and accomplish whatever is needed on a given week.