Football's finally back and we're a week into the season, successfully at 1-0! Didn't play our A game and still came away with the win, which leaves plenty of room for improvement in this game. Current line: Miami by 6 (3rd highest week 2 spread). Not sure what that pro prediction site has listed, but it has to be lopsided again this week. Miami's defensive showing ended up very good in the end, holding the Skins to 10 points, even with giving up massive rushing yards. Will Coyle make adjustments earlier this week? Will he need to (I believe he will need to, since we seem to routinely get out-schemed/planned early)? Will the Jags run all over us again this year? If this unit can at least show some discipline and a little improvement over last week, they should do fine. Will Tannehill get back to at least his normal steady, efficient level of play? Its possible his game last week was influenced by week 1 jitters after signing the contract, but we've seen much better and have grown to expect a much better performance than last week's, even if it was enough to beat the Skins with some help from Juice and the secondary...barely. If I recall correctly, Jacksonville's DL is pretty decent, and generally thought of as better than the Skins'. Jacksonville is missing a key component to their offense, their star TE. Should the backup be much easier to contain for our LBs? I don't know how much can improve this week in that area, so I think they'll probably have a tough time limiting plays at the second level. They have some quality young receivers, and I think Grimes will be all good on whoever he's covering, but the Jags aren't against throwing it downfield and there could be some success to be had on the left side, I'd expect them to attack that side. I'm looking to see Walt establish himself a bit over there with some stops and/or a pick. McCain should be at least average in the 2CB spot, but he may be busy. I'm going with a 31-13 prediction for this game to go 2-0. I think we'll have a few scores from the offense on drives, and a score or two directly from, or at least set up by, the defense and STs. I wouldn't be surprised to see us go +4 in turnovers for the season, getting 3 in this game.