Today is the day! Game day! The Miami Dolphins will take the field in Cleveland versus the Browns in the first game of the season.
However, as the speculation continues on what type of season the Dolphins will have, writers, bloggers, and local beat reporters continue to bang the proverbial drum that is: are the Dolphins a changed team from the year before?Surely there are more than five questions, but these are questions the Dolphins need to have answers for in the coming weeks to prove they are the team to beat in the AFC East.
Here are five question, that could be answered today or in the coming weeks and all about the Dolphins:
1. Will Mike Wallace be a threat to any team's secondary?
This question stems from the notion that Wallace was brought in to bring an extra element to the Dolphins offense and a weapon to Ryan Tannehill. However, by bringing in Wallace, this doesn't make Ryan Tannehill, Dan Marino overnight. What could happen with Wallace, is while he could put up 8 TD, he might be used sparingly in the nine-route that he was accustomed to running in Pittsburgh and used as a redzone, third down, and on endless comeback routes featured in the Dolphins offense. Look for Brian Hartline to have more catches than Wallace, but for Wallace to be that threat in the redzone. Likewise, do not discount Brandon Gibson as his signing was done more to eventually phase out Davone Bess.no comments