Ndamukong Suh has yet to play a single down for the Miami Dolphins, and yet, Ndamukong Suh is the best thing that's happened to the Miami Dolphins in a long while. When the Detroit Lions inexplicably announced that they wouldn't be re-signing Suh, there was little hope the Dolphins would be the team that would land the über-talented defensive tackle — mainly because the Dolphins are terrible at landing good players. But as the free-agency period unfolded, whispers began to swirl that Suh wanted to join the Fins. And it soon became apparent that the Dolphins weren't screwing around. They offered Suh the biggest contract ever for a defensive lineman — a six-year, $114 million contract with $60 million guaranteed — outbidding all other suitors and making sure they landed the hard-hitting, bone-crushing Suh. For the better part of nearly two decades, the Miami Dolphins have been a team that hasn't had a single player that's awesome at any one position. But now, with Ndamukong roaming the line, ready to devour opposing quarterbacks, the Dolphins finally have a game-changer in the form of a six-foot-four, 307-pound, quarterback-eating behemoth.
Readers' Choice: Ryan Tannehill