With two preseason games under their belt, the Miami Dolphins have shown some things that are either concerning or non-issues, depending on your perspective. Their record is 1-1, yes, but everyone knows wins and losses don't matter right now.
What matters is how the team performs. In that respect, the Dolphins appear to still have a lot work to be done. Miami's starters looked stale in their very limited time against Dallas, and the backups didn't fare much better.
Another slow start in Jacksonville last Friday showed concern, but after a few misfired drives, Ryan Tannehill led his team downfield crisply for a touchdown. The defense stifled a struggling Jaguars unit. All in all, Miami's second preseason game was a success.
A vast number of stats emerged from these two games, most of which aren't worth a second look. However, here are six of the Dolphins' most intriguing preseason stats so far.
All stats from NFL.com unless otherwise noted.