Ironically, the Miami Dolphins Week 14 victory over the New York Jets only lamented the team's wide array of shortcomings and needs.
Despite the return of Brandon Marshall to the lineup, Chad Henne posted a historically poor performance, completing just five of 18 passes for 55 yards. Even though he was pinned up against the Jets 9th ranked passing defense in the rain, there is simply no excuse for such a dismal game.
Beyond that, both Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams averaged just 3.4 yards per carry. This mediocre game, on top of an entire season marred by mediocrity, might hint that a complete overhaul of the rushing offense is in store for the 2011 off-season.
Although Miami is still technically alive in the playoff hunt, it is almost impossible to envision a scenario in which they slide in, especially considering their recent struggles. So, naturally, it is time to start looking ahead, and the next thing in store for the 'Fins is April's NFL Draft. What will the Dolphins do with their seven draft picks? Here are some possibilities.