The theme for the 2010 MIami Dolphins secondary should be "Wait and See".
Why? Because that is literally all that Dolphin fans can do with respect to a unit that was ranked 24th against the pass in 2009 in allowing 234.6 yards per game through the air.
Not that there isn't cause for hope. Miami started two rookie cornerbacks in Sean Smith and Vontae Davis for the majority of the season. Former starter Will Allen is returning from injury. Highly paid, but low producing safety Gibril Wilson was released.
Still there are a number of questions in a secondary that has to face Randy Moss, Braylon Edwards, and Santonio Holmes twice a year. If Wes Welker, as reported, comes back quickly from a serious knee injury then Miami will have yet another Pro Bowler to worry about.
The following slides showcase the strengths and weaknesses of the 2010 Miami Dolphins secondary.