The bad, look we know you can't have that many batted balls at the line of scrimmage. It's part the offensive line's fault and part Tannehill's fault. Either way they have to correct that. By the way, watching a few other games on DIRECTV yesterday I saw a ton of balls batted at the line of scrimmage. I think Skelton and Wilson had about 7 or 8 total in the Arizona/Seattle game. This is a thing some defenses are now practicing and working on so don't overreact. The offensive line wasn't great either overall.
I know most Dolphins fans are disappointed and some are downright mad (which I don't understand.) We knew this was a rebuilding year with a rookie QB. What we saw yesterday was a QB "taking his lumps." I know its tough but trust me the payoff for games like this is coming. Troy Aikman's 1-15 rookie season wasn't pretty. I could give a laundry list of QB's who's rookie years weren't pretty.Might be in December or it might be next year, but there will be a payoff. It's better to have Tannehill learn on the field. And if you think Tannehill, a pre-med student, can't fix small things like batted balls and staring down receivers you are a fool. Miami just needs to stay the course. There are gonna be some ugly plays and some ugly games but keep the kid out there no matter how bad it gets.