So, I have been penning Chris Grier's obituary for some time now. The season began with pure disappointment, and the fact that he botched the 2020 draft has been palpable. Over the last few weeks, I firmly believe that Tua has solidified his role as the face of the franchise. What I did not expect was the that the sequel to one of the worst drafts in Dolphins' history may very well be the best draft in the history of the franchise. Holland has been a top 10 safety in the league from the very moment he walked on the field. All of the trading that led us to getting Waddle has actually panned out. I suspect that we have seen merely the tip of the iceberg in terms of what we can expect to get out of Waddle. He will be a superstar by next season. How about Phillips? He started slow, but he has steadily gotten better over the course of the season. I think a 10 sack rookie season is entirely possible, and he could wind up challenging Micah Parsons for DROY. I think he could also wind up being a superstar in the league. I pride myself in being a very, very realistic Phins' fan, and I do not hesitate to buck popular opinion or "not trust the plan." That being said, I will also give credit when it is due. This is not a definitive declaration in support of Grier, but I think it is something that needs to be said and discussed. 2020 was a really bad draft minus Tua. In 2021, he may very well have drafted three elite player while picking up draft capital.