The offensive line is definitely on watch tonight. I think it's important that they quiet some of the doubt. Thing is, you could almost say that no matter what they do as long as they don't give up 6 sacks on Ryan Tannehill's 10 snaps, people are going to take some good from their showing regardless. Last year Jonathan Martin needed to show in preseason that he was a different player from 2012. He looked almost exactly the same in preseason 2013 but I remember having arguments with people who were insistent that he looked tremendously improved in the preseason. So outside of doing something objectively catastrophic I think the OL's play is still going to be subject to the eye of the beholder thing. Even so, for my sake, my eye of me the beholder, I'd like to see something from the OL that I think could be built upon. Aside from that, I'm looking for indications of how this offense is going to be fundamentally structured from Bill Lazor's standpoint. The next priority will be young players, looking for signs of genuine NFL talent.