I'm going through some stuff at home so unfortunately, I probably won't post as much the next month or so. But I did want to share my general thoughts real fast since I've been doing that here for a long time. Overall, the Dolphins played a fairly complete game today. The defense gave up some stuff I didn't fully expect, but they also forced several key turnovers and sealed the game. It's not last year's defense quite yet but wow, a few young players made it look close to that level at times. The offense didn't do a whole lot and if I'm being honest, Tua threw 4 or 5 lousy passes (2 or 3 that should have been picked). However, you could see the explosiveness in the offense when needed to really flip the game on its head. If this is week one, then I'm really excited to see what they look like in week 5, week, 9, and week 13. It was plain to see that we're loaded with talent and so many of those plays were inches from turning into big gains/scores. Those will come in the near future. Also, I loved the discipline on that last drive- we just ate up the 4th quarter. I counted three times that ball carriers slid and surrendered themselves in-bounds...Miami easily could have scored on that drive if needed. The score was 20-7 but I felt like we beat them a lot more solidly than that. Not going to do my personal call-outs like usual. Waddle looked great. Tyreek looked great and they put a monster on him...not all teams have that type of monster. That rookie corner in the rotation is a pure stud (Alohu? Something like that). All the RB's had moments where you could see potential just oozing. The offensive line, ehh, it's week one and I won't give up quite yet. They were slightly improved over how we finished last season, but still gave up too much. Tua did well evading pressure on a few near guaranteed sacks. I think some of his throws were off as well for the same reason, he was playing too fast because the trust isn't there yet. Anyway, that's all I have time for- we're 1-0 baby! I hope I have time to join some discussions over the week.