I think too many people are portraying this game as one where the Dolphins got lucky despite a lot of bad bounces when I think there was a lot of stuff that happened in this game that could have resulted in widely diverging outcomes. It could have been a close game either way, but I think there was also the potential for either team to win comfortably. I thought Ryan Tannehill played a pretty good game. He's been consistent this year, he's become a good quarterback and I think it's pretty likely he is the guy long term, or as close as that is in the NFL. It's really a function of how good he is. At certain times I think I hold him to standards that are too high because you can see him do pretty much everything well, just inconsistently. Runningbacks had a pretty bad day today, all in all. Lamar Miller's long run I think paints too rosy of a picture. We need a blitz pick-up solution. Lamar Miller(I think?) ****ed up an assignment and Daniel Thomas whiffed on a linebacker coming on an interior gap for the second week in a row. They need to pull the outside zone out of the playbook. This team can't run the play worth a ****. The tackles aren't particularly good run blockers and hitting second level blockers at that kind of angle is optimistic for our Guards. The big difference between Charles Clay this year and last year is he isn't going into a funk when he does something poorly. Last year(and even in pre-season) he let it get into his head. We've got a lot of offensive weapons, regardless of the lack of hype over some of them last year. Brandon Gibson looks like a pretty big winner in the off-season. I'm kind of curious what Dion Sims ends up being. Sometimes I expect him to be a complimentary #2 guy or Anthony Fasano, but then sometimes you see him make a really impressive play like the touchdown. The offensive line is going to get **** on relentlessly for its performance thus far this season, but I think it's realistically more mediocre than problematic. A majority of the sacks today were coverage sacks or the backs ****ing up, rather than blown protection. Run blocking wasn't great, but I think at a certain point you've got to blame the coaching for doing the same damned **** over and over when it isn't working. I think the Dolphins defense might be put at a significant disadvantage when they aren't put in a position to attack and be aggressive like this week. The Dolphins couldn't cope with the Falcons playing ball control very well. Watching the Falcons not need to pass the ball once to get to like the Dolphins 30 was horrifying. With Jason Smelling or Justin Griffith or whoever the ****. That's just unacceptable. The Dolphins should have re-signed one of their 1-techniques that were tearing up the pre-season back to the roster, rather than try to pretend they were a Tampa-2 defense this week. I hope Cameron Wake isn't hurt too bad, but I'm not really no sacks in this game really reflects particularly poorly on the defensive line. The ball was getting out quickly, and getting out well. Our new linebackers made me kind of queasy today. Nolan Carroll came back to earth a bit this week in terms of his play, but it's also Julio Jones. It was nice to see Reshad Jones looking more like the guy I remember from last year today. He didn't have a great game, but he was there. Don Jones is reminding me of Larry Izzo, and Caleb Sturgis is reminding me of Olindo Mare in his prime.