The Miami Dolphins, who have been outscored 102-10 in two games to start the season, continue to embarrass the game of football and lead the charge for the No. 1 overall pick by looking to trade away their best asset on defense in safety Minkah Fitzpatrick.
According to Jason La Canfora, a deal for Fitzpatrick could be done as soon as Tuesday, with contenders like the Cowboys, Chiefs, Eagles and Seahawks all making offers for the No. 11 overall pick in 2018.
The Cowboys, Chiefs, Eagles and Seahawks would instantly bolster their Super Bowl hopes with such an addition.
With 80 tackles his rookie year and the highest PFF grade of any Dolphin, all Minkah has done since he touched down in South Beach is produce.
However, Brian Flores and Miami have no interest in trying to win games this year, and will trade their understandably disgruntled star.
It's insulting to Dolphins fans that the once mighty organization has resorted to such a low. However, for fans of those contending teams, they could be the beneficiary of Miami's tank job and land one of the best young defensive backs in the game.