21 Things To Keep an Eye on Tonight for the Miami Dolphins

john renshawContributor IAugust 22, 2009

JACKSONVILLE, FL - AUGUST 16:  Quarterback Chad Henne #7 of the Miami Dolphins throws a pass in a game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium on August 16, 2008 in Jacksonville, Florida.  (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

Will Miami show any big-play ability?

Can Ted Ginn continue his unreal preseason?

Will Donald Thomas continue to heal and nail down the right guard spot?

What’s wrong with center Jake Grove? He was a badass in Oakland but hasn’t done jack in Miami.

Will Vontae Jones improve, or will the fast rising Joey Thomas pass him on the depth Chart?

Can Ronnie Brown please show some explosiveness?

Ricky Williams had a very good game against Jacksonville, even though he dropped an easy touchdown catch.

When will the Miami offensive line open up a freaking running lane?

Did Tony McDaniel and Ernest Wilford just have good games to get revenge on the Jags?

Akin Ayodele and Reggie Torbor had great weeks at inside linebacker work. Now they must live up to coach Sparano’s compliments.

Jason Taylor’s mystery disappearance has been solved, Matt Roth’s has not!

Will Cam Wake or Charlie Anderson take more advantage of Porter and Taylor’s limited playing time?

Will Channing Crowder continue to fly to the ball carrier like a champ; while blitzing like a monster?

Is Chad Pennington’s arm really that weak? He has no margin for error. Ginn can blow past anybody, but Pennington can’t get him the pill.

Will Sparano continue to hold back Greg Camarillo? He had an awesome camp but saw limited time against the Jags.

Why all the Chris Williams hype. The tiny return man gets his chance to win the job tonight.

Dolphins have a short week as they play at Tampa on Fox on Thursday night. Will they show more tonight or Thursday?

Chad Henne had a horrible week of practice. Man, he looks the part; is he a part of the puzzle?

Patrick Turner was a star early in camp. It would be nice to see him go off tonight.

Will Anthony Armstrong’s special teams play continue to rock?

Pat White? What you got kid?