After handing the Andrew Luck-led Indianapolis Colts a home loss in Week 2, the Miami Dolphins are feeling pretty good at 2-0. Indeed, one look at Matt Miller of B/R's NFL power rankings and you'll see that the Dolphins are making waves with their strong opening.
Ryan Tannehill continues to mature and hone his game, resulting in two strong games to open up the season. Mike Wallace got in the action against Indy, racking up sizable numbers (nine catches, 115 yards, one touchdown). And Brent Grimes snatched a crucial interception midway through the fourth quarter, thwarting the Colts' chance to take the lead.
Miami appears to be a vastly improved team than the bumbling squads we're used to seeing over the past decade. However, the Dolphins are not without questions. There still remains a few issues that must be shored up if Miami is going to make the playoffs this year, let alone knock New England off the AFC East throne.
Not to turn the attention away from the good things Miami has done so far (and make no mistake, there have been many), but let's focus on what the Dolphins need to answer.
Here are four burning questions the Dolphins need to answer in their Week 3 contest against the Atlanta Falcons.