How can the Dolphins rebuild the OL to be ready for 2021?

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I don't say Deiter pick was bad. He played one of the highest snap counts of any rookie (tied for first until he was benched). Contrast him with some of the 1st Rd OL who were on injured reserve all year or only played a couple games. He's got a long way to go, but be realistic with a mid round OL pick.
Deiter was one of the worst OL in football, not to mention that for him to get benched so late in the season after starting all those games is worrisome.
 

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Strategy for fixing the oline
Move Jesse Davis back to RG
Move Deiter to starting Center (center is his best position)
Sign Guard thru FA maybe Thuney but any good starting left Guard
Draft best OT with pick #18
Draft best Center or Guard with pick #39

Wait till 2021 to see if you need to improve the line further if you need another tackle
 

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Strategy for fixing the oline
Move Jesse Davis back to RG
Move Deiter to starting Center (center is his best position)
Sign Guard thru FA maybe Thuney but any good starting left Guard
Draft best OT with pick #18
Draft best Center or Guard with pick #39

Wait till 2021 to see if you need to improve the line further if you need another tackle
Who’s replacing Davis at RT? If it’s the rookie then who starts at LT?

Davis at guard is fine, we should do 2 and 2, sign 2 starters in free agency (like Conklin and Thuney), take 2 in the draft within the first 2 rounds (LT and C).
 
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Read this article about fixing the o-line and the I like the approach.

 
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