“Championship offense,” Hartline told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. “I think we got every move we needed to make. We probably could add some depth at certain positions, but we've got all the pieces to the car, now we've just got to put it altogether.”
The Dolphins' offense should be better next season, and it won't be hard to improve from 2012. Miami finished the season 27th in both total and scoring offense.
Optimism is running wild in south Florida, with several players expressing excitement over general manager Jeff Ireland's offseason moves.
Will that translate to a "championship offense"? Probably not. But the Dolphins will have big play potential, and they will almost certainly be better offensively. It probably won't win them a Super Bowl -- or get them a playoff berth -- but it's a start.