1. Miami Dolphins (2-0)
Finally, we get to the only undefeated team in this division, the Miami Dolphins. After two weeks, the Dolphins have averaged 30 points per game on offense, led by a total of 715 passing yards and four passing touchdowns from Tua Tagovailoa.
It appears as though Tua is picking up right where he left off before getting hurt last season. Should he be able to stay healthy, the Dolphins offense is going to continue to be a force to be reckoned with.
Against the Patriots in Week 2, the Dolphins not only got a great performance from Tua, but from running back Raheem Mostert, who ran 18 times for 121 yards and a pair of scores. If Mike McDaniel can get that type of rushing performance out of his team on a regular basis, plus the added passing threat of Tua, Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, the Dolphins are going to be extremely difficult to beat.
What's also impressive is the fact that Miami is winning without cornerback Jalen Ramsey. By the time he gets back, Miami could be a well-oiled machine simply looking for just one more piece to help keep them atop the division.
Will the Dolphins be able to make it 3-0 next week against the Denver Broncos?