Not giving a draft grade, but I think Miami ends up with three starters counting Josh Rosen. Here are some quick thoughts. 2018 Quarterback Class and the AFC East It's interesting that Josh Rosen, Josh Allen, and Sam Darnold now reside in the AFC East. More interesting will be how these players develop. Coming out, I liked Rosen over Darnold. I thought Darnold was more dynamic, but also turned the ball over a lot. I didn't see Allen live. Rosen was the most accurate. After one year, Darnold is in the lead including putting together a nice stretch run where he had six touchdowns and just one interception in his final four games. Adam Gase could help him take his game to the next level. You could see Allen's athletic ability, but unless his accuracy improves pretty dramatically I think he will be a mid-tier guy at best. Rosen obviously struggled in Arizona with very little talent around him. Can he make a significant jump in year two? The DT's Williams, Oliver and Wilkins went to the Jets, Buffalo and Miami respectively. That says as much about the talent at defensive tackle in this draft as it does about the best way to attack Tom Brady. All these players have a chance to be elite. Who Are the Starting DE's for Miami? Have to admit my biggest disappointment in this draft was not capitalizing enough on the defensive line talent. I understand changing course when Josh Rosen was available and I think that was a good move. Joe Jackson in the 5th round might have helped. As it is, who are the starters at defensive end? Tank Carradine, who I liked in college, and Charles Harris are currently the leading candidates. Wilkins might play some DE as well. Any free agents the team can target who can help in 2019? Lots of Draft Capital for 2020 I love that the Dolphins have stockpiled picks for 2020. As it stands, the team has two picks in the 2nd and fourth rounds, with the possibility of two in round three --- depending on compensatory picks. Miami has the ammo to trade up for players, or could "play it forward" moving down here and there to get more picks for 2021.