The Miami Dolphins are the worst team in the NFL, and very few people would debate that.

This is a team that has been outscored 102-10 over its first two weeks of the season and is coming off of a 43-0 loss at the hands of the New England Patriots.

The Dolphins have moved several key pieces over the last few weeks, trading offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil and wide receiver Kenny Stills to the Houston Texans late last month and dealing safety Minkah Fitzpatrick to the Pittsburgh Steelers earlier this week.

But in spite of all of the talk about a possible 0-16 season and Miami not having much of a direction going forward, general manager Chris Grier remains confident in the organization's long-term plan.

“We’ve talked about building this long-term with sustained success right away, and for us, we’ll be very aggressive,” Grier said on Tuesday, according to Kyle Crabbs of Dolphins Wire. “We’re not going to sit here on a bunch of money or anything. The plan is to build a winner here. No one likes losing.”

Miami's decision to part with some of its best players has irked the fanbase and the team itself, but Grier thinks the Dolphins are in a good spot for the future.

“We’ve positioned ourselves to where we think the organization will be in a good place here shortly. How long that takes – like I said, we’ll be aggressive (in) free agency. Again, we’re not going to sit back and not do anything. We’re going to be very proactive and try and get this turned quickly.”