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7 Dolphins make PFF’s list of top 101 players from 2023

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The Miami Dolphins may not have accomplished all of their goals in the 2023 season, the second under head coach Mike McDaniel, but they did find a lot of success in the regular season.

McDaniel’s offense was the third-best in the NFL, averaging 27.9 points per game, helping the team win 11 games for the first time since the 2008 season.

While everyone is looking to the future with free agency rapidly approaching, Pro Football Focus recently released their list of the top 101 players from the past year, and seven Dolphins made the list.

Here’s a look at which Dolphins made an appearance and what PFF’s Sam Monson had to say about their years.

No. 77 – DL Christian Wilkins

 

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“With Miami losing a series of pass rushers over the season, more and more responsibility for disruption fell on the broad shoulders of Christian Wilkins. He picked up that slack and finished the year with 61 quarterback pressures and 34 defensive stops.”

No. 60 – S Jevon Holland

 

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“Holland missed some time during the season, but when he was on the field, he was once again a force for the Dolphins. Holland earned an 89.9 PFF coverage grade and forced three fumbles despite lining up deep at free safety or covering the slot on a majority of his snaps.”

No. 45 – RB Raheem Mostert

 

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“It took four postseason touchdowns for Christian McCaffrey to tie the 18 that Mostert racked up for the Dolphins during the regular season. Mostert averaged 4.8 yards per carry with 14 explosive carries of 15-plus yards.”

No. 44 – QB Tua Tagovailoa

 

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“Tagovailoa was one of the NFL’s most efficient passers in 2023. He had the fastest average time to throw all season and produced 8.1 yards per attempt with that quick trigger. Tua has shown he can be an exceptionally accurate and efficient quarterback within Mike McDaniel’s offense.”

No. 41 – LB Andrew Van Ginkel

 

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“Van Ginkel had a career year for the Dolphins, and it was a desperately needed one for a team that kept losing its most prolific pass rushers to injury. He ended up earning a 90.6 PFF pass-rushing grade and a 91.1 overall grade for the season.”

No. 37 – WR Jaylen Waddle

 

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“So much attention was on Tyreek Hill and his pursuit of receiving records this past season that Waddle’s performance flew under the radar. He was still one of the most efficient and productive receivers in the league, averaging 2.63 yards per route run.”

No. 2 – WR Tyreek Hill

 

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“Anything above 3.00 yards per route run over any extended period is an exceptional rate of production for an NFL receiver. Hill averaged 3.82 yards per route run this season, a mark that dropped to 3.72 when including the frigid playoff game against the Chiefs. That’s the second-most efficient season PFF has ever tracked from a wide receiver. and only injury late in the year prevented him from chasing down and breaking the league’s all-time single-season receiving record.”

 

No. 45 – RB Raheem Mostert

 

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“It took four postseason touchdowns for Christian McCaffrey to tie the 18 that Mostert racked up for the Dolphins during the regular season. Mostert averaged 4.8 yards per carry with 14 explosive carries of 15-plus yards.”

 

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