Disappointing seasons lead to offseasons filled with questions. The Miami Dolphins consider 2013 to be a disappointing season, making the 2014 offseason and draft one filled with questions.
Some of these questions have already been answered. A new general manager, offensive coordinator and offensive line coach hope to alleviate some of the team's problems from last year, while the Dolphins answered some questions along the offensive line, defensive line and secondary during free agency.
From here we turn to the draft, where the Dolphins will be looking for more answers to their questions. These questions must be answered in the draft, or else 2014 could wind up a lot like 2013.
This list highlights (and just for fun, ranks) the biggest questions that the Miami Dolphins must answer this week at the NFL draft.
The rankings are based on what I (and the results on the field last season) believe to be the most pressing issues the Dolphins have this offseason.