Not good, guys. From any of them.
Miami’s offensive line posted just a 43.5 pass-blocking grade on first review despite giving up just one sack. The unit gave up 10 pressures, and Austin Jackson earned the worst pass-blocking grade of linemen (53.4), pending final review.https://www.pff.com/news/nfl-week-12-ga ... anthers-10
DolphinsWire/USA Today wrote:
LOSER: C Austin Reiterhttps://dolphinswire.usatoday.com/lists ... n-week-12/
When Reiter was asked to come in for Greg Mancz a few weeks ago, he started off alright. He wasn’t having a ton of miscues, at least, not a lot that were being noticed. In the last two weeks, Reiter has struggled, and this week, it hurt his team. The veteran center had multiple poor snaps that got away from Tagovailoa. One of the snaps was at the end of the first half when Miami was driving to take to extend their lead. Reiter’s snap was eventually picked up by a Panthers defender and returned to give them a field goal opportunity that they converted. Starting center Michael Deiter is working his way back and will likely try to return in the coming weeks.
LOSERS: OTs Liam Eichenberg and Jesse Davis
Week after week the tackle spots have been the biggest problem for Miami’s offense. Neither Liam Eichenberg nor Jesse Davis could say they deserve to start at this point in the season. However, the team keeps trotting them out. Against Carolina, they were tasked with protecting their quarterback from Haason Reddick and Brian Burns, two of the league’s better pass rushers. Both players were responsible for a fair amount of pressure, as Davis allowed a sack, and Eichenberg forced Tagovailoa to step up into another one.