The Miami Dolphins defense was considered to be the strongest unit on the team after getting back to their aggressive ways last season. Nothing much changed over the offseason besides adding Melvin Ingram and retaining most of their free agents. Josh Boyer was brought back as the defensive coordinator, so hopes were high for this unit. But through five games, this unit has been anything but solid. Perhaps the injuries to Xavien Howard and Byron Jones are playing a part in the game planning. But either way, the Dolphins defense is giving up way too many yards and points. The pieces are there for this to be a top unit in the league.
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Insight into how the Dolphins’ defense has become among worst in league statistically
In the weeks between hiring coach Mike McDaniel and the start of free agency, Dolphins general manager Chris Grier and the organization made two pivotal defensive decisions, beyond retaining coordinator Josh Boyer:
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