We know the Dolphins have issues scoring touchdowns this season.
The QB play of Chad Henne has played a role in that.
The TE play of Anthony Fasano has played a role in that.
The lack of a consistent running game -- by everyone involved and assigned to that part of the offense -- has played a role in that.
But do the Dolphins have a problem with scoring touchdowns?
There is a difference between an issue and a problem, folks. An issue can show itself for a few weeks and basically resolve itself with improved play or improved play-calling or improved, well, everything. A problem is defined as something that cannot be addressed until you have better players or different coaches.
If the Dolphins can get past the issue they've had scoring TDs the past few weeks, we can move on. If the issues show themselves to be a problem that lead, in part at least, to a defeat here in Baltimore, then we're headed for trouble.
Of, course, there will be a live blog today as the Dolphins take on the Ravens. Donte' Stallworth is expected to be active today as the Ravens try to overcome their recent problems (lack of speed) with the Cover 2.
[UPDATE: Today's inactives are Marlon Moore, Reshad Jones, Nate Ness, Clifton Geathers, Patrick Brown, Lydon Murtha and Mikey Shuler. Tyler Thigpen is the third QB.
[The lineup change of note is Sean Smith starting for Jason Allen.]