The Miami Dolphins worked hard this offseason to improve their offensive line in hope of becoming a Super Bowl contender next season. But before the o-line protects Tua Tagovailoa under center, they had another major duty on Sunday: taking care of LoanDepot Park.
The Dolphins' offensive linemen were tasked with helping the grounds crew take care of LoanDepot Park's field during Sunday's Atlanta Braves vs Miami Marlins matchup. The hilarious part of the situation is that the Dolphins' players were under the impression that they were only there to watch the game.
Check out the video below to see just how well the o-linemen handled watering the grass and setting up the bases, among other tasks.
It was certainly a team effort to maintain the infield, but you have to admit that the Dolphins' offensive line did an admirable job. The Marlins' grounds crew also seemed to appreciate the effort, probably because it made their own jobs easier for the night.
The Dolphins bolstered their offensive line by signing All-Pro left tackle Terron Armstead to a five-year, $87.5 million and guard Connor Williams to a two-year, $14 million deal. Add in the team's acquisition of star wideout Tyreek Hill and it's easy to see just how threatening Miami's offense could be in 2022.
Only time will tell if the Dolphins' improved offensive line looks as good on the field as it does on paper. The team currently has +4000 odds (T-No. 17) to win Super Bowl LVII, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
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