The Miami Dolphins invested three picks in this year’s draft on improving their offensive line.

And so far it’s paying off.

Even with their first-round pick Austin Jackson on injured reserve with a foot injury, the Dolphins put together another solid performance up front in a dominant 43-17 victory over the reigning NFC champion San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.

Robert Hunt, Miami’s second-round pick, made his first career start at right tackle with veteran Jesse Davis starting in place of Jackson at left tackle with fourth-round pick Solomon Kindley and Ereck Flowers starting at right and left guard, respectively, and Ted Karras at center.

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