If you knew that Davone Bess led the Dolphins in receptions and receiving yards last season, you must either be a Dolphins fan or a fantasy owner who suffered through a really long 2009 season. So with no offense to Bess, the Dolphins should have a lot more offense now that he's not their go-to receiver.

Brandon Marshall is reportedly headed to Miami in exchange for a second-round pick in this year's draft and a second-round pick in next year's draft. When the Jets acquired Santonio Holmes for a pittance (translation: a fifth-round pick), a majority of SportsNation said that was a better deal than getting Marshall for a first-round pick would be. But after the Dolphins nabbed Marshall without surrendering a first-rounder, did they make the better deal? Rank the NFL's top receivers.


The Dolphins still have Chad Henne throwing the passes. Marshall will be more frustrated in Miami than he was in Denver...

-- rukus9

He's a good player, but I'm glad he's not coming to Seattle. We've got a lot more rebuilding to do than just at receiver, I'd rather have the picks.

-- korvallion

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