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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 7:53 am 
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It was just another brutal loss on national tv. I revoke our Prime Time privaledges for the last 3 games.

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Top 5 Grades:

G Jermon Bushrod, 81.5 overall grade
DI Ndamukong Suh, 79.6 overall grade
T Jesse Davis, 74.3 overall grade
Edge William Hayes, 74.0 overall grade
CB Cordrea Tankersley, 73.8 overall grade


Performances of Note:
QB Jay Cutler, 38.7 overall grade

This was an ugly one from the veteran quarterback, who was probably fortunate to finish Monday night with only one interception. Cutler moved around quite a bit in the pocket on MNF and it often led to unset, inaccurate throws, some just sailing over open receivers. He especially struggled throwing to the left side of the field as he completed just 3-of-11 passes to the left that traveled beyond the line of scrimmage for just 33 yards and an interception, giving him a microscopic 1.7 passer rating on those 11 throws.


WR DeVante Parker, 71.6 overall grade

Parker hauled in 6-of-9 targets with 20 of his 66 yards coming after the catch, and three of his catches resulting in a Dolphins first down. Many thought 2017 would be a breakout season for the former first-round pick and so far it’s looking like a good prediction, Parker has finished just one game this season with a PFF grade below 70.0 (69.5 in Week 3).


DI Ndamukong Suh, 79.6 overall grade

Perhaps the lone bright spot for a Miami defense that surrendered 294 rushing yards, Suh was the only Dolphins defender to grade above 75.0 against the run. He contributed two pressures rushing the passer as the Dolphins front was held in check throughout the game in that department. The Dolphins missed a total of 11 tackles on top of struggling to maintain their gaps throughout the game led to a performance they’d like to forget.


Edge William Hayes, 74.0 overall grade

As stated above, it’s hard to take away many positives from the Dolphins defensive outing. William Hayes did make contributions in both facets of defense, recording two pressures and notching two stops in the run game. Both Suh and Hayes were the only two Dolphins to record a pass rush grade above 72.0 as Cam Newton was only under pressure on 10 of his drop-backs.

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Kiko with another stand out game. Glad to see the line doing better though.


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Only one player got higher than an 80. That's deplorable.

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Only one player got higher than an 80. That's deplorable.


I’m telling you, I had a bad feeling of PTSD from the Baltimore game just by the 2Q. I knew they were headed for another prime time as kicking.

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Bushrod, Davis.


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Kev1321 wrote:
Bushrod, Davis.


I was pleasantly surprised at the right side of our OL last week. I thought Julius Peppers would have lit us up but we held our own.

Armando Salguero wrote:
Right guard Jermon Bushrod had his highest-graded game since Week 1 of the 2015 season and was the top Dolphins player against Carolina in Week 10. He was strong in both pass-blocking (83.0) and run-blocking (78.8) and his overall grade of 81.5 earned him the 10th-highest grade among all guards last week.

The right side of Miami’s offensive line was actually pretty good overall. Right tackle Jesse Davis had a solid game (74.3 overall) filling in for the injured Ja’Wuan James.

Left guard Ted Larsen made his season debut but struggled, particularly in run-blocking with a grade of 26.9.


Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-c ... rylink=cpy

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