The Miami Dolphins emerged from the preseason a semblance of the team they entered it as.
Virtually everything that could've gone wrong did, and the end result is a watered-down roster populated by unproven young guys and castoffs. Miami's final 53-man roster won't scare many opponents, but on a good day, it can compete.
The problem is, this team is wildly inconsistent.
Players like Reshad Jones and Charles Clay were studs in practice but mostly duds in games, and every positional unit—save the running back corps and defensive line—are extremely volatile.
As a whole, this roster gets a C+ grade.
Here's how each individual unit grades.