BEST DOLPHINS PLAYER (2005)
BEST DOLPHINS PLAYER Randy McMichael During what was arguably the Dolphins' worst year, tight end Randy McMichael caught 73 passes for 791 yards (passing Keith Jackson for the Dolphins' single-season records for catches and yards), averaging 10.8 yards per reception. At times McMichael seemed like the sole offensive weapon, and though he posted career-best stats, he probably would have had an even better season if he'd been playing with passers more capable than those in the Dolphins' rotation.
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BEST PERIODIQUITOThe Miami Post
BEST MUSEUMMiami Children's Museum
BEST PLACE TO THROW A PARTYThe former building of La Moderna Poesia