The Dolphins have been linked to Deshaun Watson and Carson Wentz to certain degrees, meaning they’re at least doing their homework on the quarterback market. That doesn’t mean it’s time to panic about Tua Tagovailoa’s future with the franchise but Miami should be looking for an elite quarterback if they can get one. Watson and Wilson both fit in that category.

The Dolphins have a top-tier defense and the assets to overhaul what was a relatively barren offense in 2020. Trading Tua and at least two first round picks for Wilson would be a tough price to pay but would instantly give Miami the chance to compete in the AFC for the next few years. Losing so many picks would force the front office to leverage their veteran contracts for more cap room to improve one of the worst supporting casts in the league.

Wilson may not be interested in leaving a team that has more surrounding talent and a conference that’s more open than the AFC. Miami would have to sell Wilson on a slew of young contributors emerging quickly before Wilson leaves his prime.