I think at the end of the day, you've got to regard this season as a qualified success. 7-9 and 8-8 with one of the youngest rosters in the league, a rookie quarterback, and multiple games you easily could have pulled out is not a bad outcome. Ryan Tannehill didn't have a very good game. He was a bit handcuffed, but he also had accuracy issues at times and left plays on the field. I do really like him running the ball, though. It shouldn't be a pillar of the offense, but it should be something there on a week by week basis. He's good enough that it's something defenses have to be concerned about. It's somewhat of a risk, but the guy doesn't expose himself to shots. He just weaves through traffic with minimal exposure to contact. I think Mike Sherman and Co. deserve a lot of credit for changing stuff every week to get a run game going. It's been Tannehill, it's been expanding and shifting blocking styles, it's involved multiple backs. Think Mike Sherman also deserves credit for putting together the red zone offense he has in lieu of quality short-yardage play and red-zone receiving targets. Reggie Bush got credit for three touchdowns, but Lamar Miller demonstrated what an elusive, shifty back with vision does today. If Lamar Miller pulls his head out of his *** he's a much better ball-carrier for this team than Bush. I feel like Armon Binns and Reshard Matthews clearly aren't viable starters at this point, but I think you're looking at your #4 and #5 guys for next year. The offensive line played a pretty damn good game, given the circumstances. Mario Williams I've always thought was chronically overrated, but it's the defensive tackles I think are the biggest concern with Buffalo, and the team was both effective running the ball and in pass protection. There are little problems defensively, but you can't really nitpick with 10 points. Not a great run defense game by any means, and I'm not sure I've got a culprit on this one. Maybe I wasn't paying enough attention this one. Olivier Vernon appears to be more and more linebacker-y every week. People are almost assuredly going that to slight him, but he's doing a lot of Jason Taylor's old role in Saban's defense. He's not a stand-up edge rusher, he's playing over guard, legitimately drops back into coverage, etc. Kevin Burnett is a really good player though. He doesn't seem to ever have "dominant" games so much as really good ones where he makes a visible error but otherwise kicks ***, but he's a good pick-up. Kevin Coyle deserves some sort of award for some of the games his defensive backs have had given their situations. Their top corners for most of this game were a guy they signed in November, a guy they signed this week, and a guy they converted from safety at the end of pre-season. Reshad Jones is really ****ing good at everything. Two fumble recoveries and a clutch interception? Did Nate Kaeding punt the ball twice?