Skolnick: Time to stress about Charles Harris?
Yes, you're frustrated with DeVante Parker.
The Dolphins' 2015 first round pick, in a class that keeps looking weaker, can't get on the field and doesn't do enough when he's there. He's played one game and has two catches, in what was supposed to be his prove-it season as he played for a contract extension.
But he's not the only former first-rounder who has disappointed.
While 2016 first-rounder Laremy Tunsil mans the left tackle spots -- with reasonable success minus the penalties -- and 2018 first-rounder Minkah Fitzpatrick is already performing like a star at times in the secondary, 2017 first-rounder Charles Harris too often gets pushed around.
Sure, it's just one play.
But Harris has now played 20 games. He doesn't get as many snaps as Cameron Wake or Robert Quinn, but he gets enough, and he's been needed more with William Hayes and Andre Branch out.
Just 27 tackles.
Just two sacks, neither this season.
That's simply not sufficient.
Consider that three defensive players taken after Harris (No. 22) in the first round have produced much more.
Takkarist McKInley of the Falcons has 11 sacks.
Taco Charlton of the Cowboys has four sacks.
T.J. Watt of the Steelers has 10 sacks.
So the summary seems to be:
Harris needs to stop whiffing on quarterbacks, or fans will start saying the Dolphins whiffed on this pick.
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