I know it's just a bump in the track on the train to the fellation station, but I love seeing that goony *** neckbeard Andrew Luck lose. Especially to the Dolphins. Ryan Tannehill had a pretty good game, but it seems like at least on the information we have he hasn't quite made a major jump. The major difference is that his weapons are helping him out more. I think he's pretty safely a Matt Schaub quality kind of guy, but he needs work on his placement and his pocket presence especially. God that was maddening at times today. The run game was nice, but I've got the suspicion that Lamar Miller is an excellent by-committee back rather than a feature back, that should be splitting carries with a guy. Mike Wallace had a quality game, and I liked that he did the fundamental stuff pretty well. I doubt he's ever going to be a great player in that regard, but he's been at least solid when it comes to the bread and butter. But he made the plays he was brought here for as well this week. Charles Clay has gone from a guy who was written off(too early) to a guy who may potentially be the solution to the position. He's still got his warts, but so far he's been as good as I'd hoped Dustin Keller would have been. The offensive line is still a mixed bag, but the run blocking was much improved and Tannehill had time to throw despite the sacks. There are mistakes being made, but they're not being mitigated nearly as well as they could be either. I'm not a great Paul Soliai fan, but he was playing well this year and I hate to see him go down. I do hope the error of Randall Kheeston's release will be reverse with this, though. The defensive line wasn't particularly good vs. a suspect Colts offensive line today. Cameron Wake wasn't a big factor against a good RT, Andrew Luck had a pretty clear pocket. I love how frequently that Dion Jordan has gotten to the quarterback this early in his career(and with a shoulder injury to boot). I just hate what he does when he gets to the quarterback. The ****? Phillip Wheeler had a heck of a performance today, even without that game winning snap. Two games in and I think our FA swap of linebackers looks pretty good. They're not as good in the run game, but they've made a conscious decision to shift their defense, and it's been working so far. There's very much a trade-off, and I think giving up tight end yardage is a downside of that. So far I'd take the tradeoff, though. Brent Grimes looks like he's pretty well back to what he was at Atlanta at this point, and should be given a longer term contract. The guy is just ridiculous physically. Jimmy Wilson had not so good a game, just like last year vs. the Colts. Chris Clemons I think is making a push as well to lock his position down longer term. He looks like he's taken a little bit away from Reshad Jones, who isn't playing all that amazing right now. Caleb Sturgis has some range.