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The Dolphins offense started Sunday with a bang.
Chad Henne completed a 46-yard pass to Brandon Marshall, then the Dolphins utilized the Wildcat to get near the goal line.
Then Henne threw his lone touchdown pass of the year.
The Dolphins have won two games in 2010, and their offense has totaled two touchdowns.
If they want to continue winning, that needs to change, and fast.
Henne's lone accomplishment has been not turning the ball over, but in order to beat teams like the Patriots and Jets he will be required to be much more efficient.
Through two games, Henne has yet to total 300 yards passing, while many of the NFL quarterbacks have done that in a single week.
A good offense is necessary for many reasons, most importantly to score and keep the defense off the field.
The Dolphins offense has so far failed to do much of either.
Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams both uncharacteristically fumbled against the Vikings, and Willams' fumble directly cost the Dolphins seven points.
For the Dolphins to be successful, their ball protection needs to dramatically improve.
There is no other way to put it than to say that the Dolphins offense has a lot of work to do for this team to continue their early success.
But hey, they're 2-0 and heading home. And that is nothing to be upset about Dolfans.