Miami Dolphins: What To See on Preseason Final Games

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Miami Dolphins: What To See on Preseason Final Games

One year ago Miami Dolphins were facing a huge restructure and nobody would predict a 11-5 record coming from 1-15 and facing twice New England and Brett Favre.

But Bill Parcells cleared the house and using Tony Sparano's analytical style and a very creative crew, they developed one of the most spectacular offense in years, including the famous Wildcat offense.

That and the fact they enjoyed one the easiest NFL schedule (on paper), allowed this team to move from laughingstock to brave contender. This was in part a result of many lucky moments, starting with the acquisition of Chad Pennington, a healthy roster for most of the season and not giving turnovers.

But this year Miami Dolphins have the hardest schedule (according to last season records) and Wildcat lose its surprise factor. So this team must be better than last season in order to keep growing.

Preseason games are used to test players, adjust schemes and position battles, holes to fill and strategic experiments that may setup a competitive team entering the season.

So halfway in preseason allows to figure out the big picture of a team, but also there are important facts to watch on two final games before season starts.

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