OK today was generally a bad day at the office for the phins. However: 1) We are only 1 1/2 seasons removed from a 1-15 campaign. There never were any serious hopes that we would make a deep playoff run this season, especially considering that we have a much tougher schedule this year compared to last. 2) Chad Henne appears to be the real deal. Even with his 3 ints today, they weren't a wide eyed rookie launching ints to opposing jerseys but the result of tips and/or getting hit at the time of delivery. 3) We're starting not one but two rookie corners and all things considered they're playing very well for rookies. 4) The O-line is not only solid but getting deeper too. For the next steps to be made, the to-do list isn't that big. 1) Get a #1 WR. We've got a very nice collection of 2s and 3s. 2) Safeties that can cover as well as support the run 3) A playmaking ILB and fresh legs at OLB. 4) More consistency of effort. Depth is required still at RB, since Ricky isn't going to be around forever, and the O-Line and with the DBs generally. Coaching is still good, especially from the perspective of getting all the coaches rowing in the same boat and in the same direction at the same time, nothing messes players up more than getting mixed messages from the coaching staff. We still have slim hopes for the post season this year. Overall not a bad place to be considering the futility of the Wannstadt years and the trainwreck of the Saban/Cameron years.