Dissecting the Miami Dolphins' Weakest Links

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Dissecting the Miami Dolphins' Weakest Links
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How does one find the weakest link of the Miami Dolphins?

You would think it would be easy after a 37-3 beatdown at the hands of the Tennessee Titans in Week 10. Just say the whole team is weak and call it a day.

But that is but one game, the worst game the Dolphins have played all season. After taking a step back from the emotions stirred up by such a stunning defeat, one must look at the season as a whole to really determine where Miami is at its weakest.

This is problematic, though. The Dolphins are the rare NFL team that doesn't particularly do anything poorly per se, but they don't anything too well either.

Through nine games, their 4-5 record shows that they're as middle-of-the-pack as the middle goes. While they might show flashes of brilliance in one aspect or another during a game (great special teams against the Rams and Jets, great at stopping the run throughout the year), they also show some flashes of awfulness in other aspects (defending the pass against Indianapolis, turning the ball over against Houston, and against Tennessee, heck, doing anything against the Titans).

So what are Miami's weakest links? Today, we're breaking them down.


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