Like the Jets, the Dolphins are searching for an idenity. The offense, while it's surrounded with unknowns, does have the depth at skill positions to make some headway on the field.
Wide receiver is a position of surprising depth for Miami. Danny Amendola is your top rated WR and is outstanding in the slot, while Kenny Stills and DeVante Parker are speedy vertical threats.
Ryan Tannehill is a rather unique QB in Madden. He has adequate Speed, but his Accuracy scores are a little eratic with an 85 Short, 81 Mid, and 84 Deep. Tannehill has solid range to utilize his speedsters, but you can expect some less-than-perfect throws in the middle. Watch out for linebackers in coverage.
The dark horse pick on offense is Mike Gesicki. He's a qualtiy pass catching option for a rookie, one that sports size and an 85 Speed. His 94 Jump makes him a great red zone target, but his Route Running scores are average, so use caution.
Reshad Jones is by far your best disruptive force on the defensive side. He's solid in Zone Coverage and is one of only two players on the roster with a Hit Power of at least 90. The downside here is the lack of depth in the secondary. Jones is a 91 OVR, while the next best defensive back is a 79 OVR.
The D-line is made up of guys like Cameron Wake, Williams Hayes, and Robert Quinn. It's a defensive front that can fly under the radar for a less than adequate O-line. In Franchise, Hayes or Wake might be your best shot at trade bait.
Minkah Fitzpatrick is an interesting option for user control. His Catching ratings aren't great, so INTs might not be numerous, but his base ratings with Speed and Agility can lead to a fair amount of field coverage.