"Biggest Areas of Need" slideshows are generally reserved for the beginning of the offseason, the stage before the draft or in the preparations for free agency. However, after the Miami Dolphins' ugly loss to the New England Patriots on Monday night, an in-season session is in order.
The Dolphins defense, heralded as a potential top-five unit, surrendered a record-shattering 622 total yards to the Patriots, including a whopping 517 passing yards to Tom Brady.
Meanwhile, Reggie Bush mustered up a measly 38 rushing yards, Chad Henne was sacked four times and dubious coaching calls littered the night.
Miami may have accrued an impressive 488 yards of offense and stayed competitive throughout the night, but there is reason to be worried—very worried.