Clearly, the Miami Dolphin sill have needs as we get closer to the 2012 regular season. The team has made some roster moves along the waive wire to strengthen their depth at their need positions, like adding wide receiver Anthony Armstrong or cornerback R.J. Stanford, but there hasn't been the move to grab a starting caliber player yet.
So, what's the biggest need the Dolphins should address heading into the September 9 game at the Houston Texans? Do they need to find the number one wide receiver, no matter the cost? Should they try to bolster the cornerbacks? Is the offensive line the biggest need now?
Or, should the team do nothing - not paying the prices other teams want for these players?
Let us know in the poll below, and comment on what you think as well.