This is a pretty irritating game to lose, given all the dumb mistakes and unforced errors that lead to it, and even then you're a long missed field goal with the distance away from potentially a different outcome. Especially when you lose by three in a game where the opposing team was essentially gifted seven. Ryan Tannehill had a hit and miss game. Too many errors at the end of the day, but some pretty awesome moments as well. Too many plays were left on the field because of misfires and Mike Wallace drops, though. I cannot reconcile the number of plays where Ryan Tannehill just stares down the field and doesn't react to pressure in the slightest to what we saw on the 4th down play on the last drive. The guy has so much talent and ability as an escape artist, and it's not being used when it is desperately needed. He just stares down the field and then covers the ball when a defender closes in on him. They need to figure something out with Mike Wallace. Like bribe him into retiring, or making him miserable enough we can restructure his cap hit so we can get rid of him this off-season. The guy is poison. Charles Clay is pretty good, on the other hand. The offensive line had a pretty mediocre day today, but to a certain extent that's to be expected given the circumstances. Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil vs. our tackles was not a winning proposition, and the coaching staff should have made better adjustments to that. Run some goddamned draw plays. The defensive line had a pretty solid game without Cameron Wake. Not great, but not bad. Jared Odrick I think is going to make Randy Starks expendable contract-wise. Olivier Vernon had another good week in a row, and it suddenly seems like he has turned the corner as a pass rusher. There seems like there is a big difference between him as an edge defender and lining up at a tight technique in the base. Since Wake has gone down they've shifted around the positioning, and now he's seeing the edge more and playing well. When Wake gets back, I'm not sure if they don't pull OV from the base package and stick someone else(Shelby?) there. I'm pretty confident that Dion Jordan is going to be a player at this point. He's not there yet, and I don't know he should have a starter position but he's been flashing. Bull-rushing Michael Oher into the pocket, coming around and hitting the ball on a key interception for the 2nd time in three weeks, and then the almost-interception. The linebackers rebounded and I think had a much better game. Both Misi and Wheeler had good games, although Misi appeared to be hurt again. Jason Trusnik had a pretty good game considering the circumstances, I think. I doubt he gets much practice time at MLB during the week. Brent Grimes did not have a good game. He got some plays in, and suffered a bull**** PI penalty, but he got his lunch eaten by Torey Smith. Besides Grimes, I think the defensive backs did OK. Reshad Jones still isn't playing particularly well as a whole, but he's still making some plays. That interception was kind of a gimme, but that whole sequence was crazy. Caleb Sturgis is apparently human after all, too.