5 Key Issues the Miami Dolphins Must Address During Their Bye Week

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5 Key Issues the Miami Dolphins Must Address During Their Bye Week
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Dolphins cornerback Brent Grimes on his knees as his team drops its second game in a row against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 5.

A bye week could not have come at a better time for the Miami Dolphins.

After starting the 2013 season 3-0 and raising some eyebrows in the process, the Dolphins have since dropped two in a row (to the New Orleans Saints and Baltimore Ravens).

Now that they are through what is arguably the hardest part of their schedule, the Dolphins have 11 games left, including six divisional contests and five games against teams that are a combined 8-17 after Week 5.

The bye week will provide Miami with some much-welcomed rest and an extra week to prepare for its first divisional game of the season against the Buffalo Bills in Week 7.

It also gives the Dolphins a chance to directly address some of the larger issues facing the teamthough most of these issues blend together in that one may lead to another or make another one worse.

Here are the five most important things Miami needs to improve upon during its bye week.

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