Not much to say this week since it's another "L", but I did see a Dolphins team that came out and fought to be competitive. Tua had a decent day. On one hand, the 4TD's and several long drives was encouraging, while the pick in the end zone and one other pick simply have to be cleaned up. He fought back though and knocked a linebacker out of the game on a run play, so hopefully some people are starting to see that he's not made of glass after all. Why'd we lose today? You could either blame Matt Ryan, Tua or the Miami defense. We did force several turnovers but we also failed to take advantage of them. Again, Tua threw two picks when all the momentum was on our side. Some INT's aren't a big deal but both of these clearly were back-breakers. It's good to see Howard gaining some confidence though and he may have played well enough today to get traded next week. Why were we competitive? Tua, the run game (big plus on the day) and the Miami defense creating turnovers. Side note- for those who wondered why some of us wanted Kyle Pitts over Chase, Smith, or Waddle...you probably have your answer. The kid is an absolute beast with that wingspan and will likely be a premiere target in this league for the next decade. We wouldn't have been able to draft him regardless but man, what a difference maker. I guess I should also mention here that Gisecki had a great day as well and continues to show why we needed to extend him months ago. Another loss in what's been a very long season so far. I don't think today was bad enough for anyone to be fired, but man...we just don't know how to close out games. This was the 4th contest this year we should have, could have, would have won if the team tightened down a little sooner. If the Watson rumors have any truth to them, did Tua do enough today to silence that conversation? In my opinion he did, but I know a lot of you would disagree. Those two key picks at the worst possible times...it's really hard to overlook. But he did have a very solid day outside those two throws.