The Miami Dolphins were active during the offseason this year, acquiring players in an attempt to rebuild an anemic offensive line while replenishing depth throughout the rest of the roster.
The ultimate goal of these acquisitions is quite obvious: improve the team from its 8-8 record in 2013. That doesn't mean that such improvement will take place, because as you know, free-agent acquisitions can (and will) backfire (case in point: Miami's linebackers).
Some moves can exceed expectations as well, and turn into real bargains.
So let's take a way-too-early look at the most underrated and overrated acquisitions the Miami Dolphins have made this offseason.