Here's a look at how every unit on the Dolphins performed in the 24-10 loss at Green Bay.

QUARTERBACKS — Ray Lucas was much better than he was against Buffalo. He was more accurate, made better decisions and ran the ball. But his third-quarter interception, returned for a touchdown by Darren Sharper, was bad. Sage Rosenfels didn't look good in his brief appearance, although he had a lot of pressure. Grade: C

RUNNING BACKS — Ricky Williams didn't have much running room, but he ran hard and caught the ball well. Robert Edwards had a nice day as the third-down back. Rob Konrad had the costly fumble in the first quarter (costly because it set a tone for the Dolphins offense). Grade: C

RECEIVERS — Cris Carter didn't have a memorable Dolphins debut as he fumbled once and also was partly responsible for Lucas' first interception when he couldn't control the ball after being hit. Chris Chambers also dropped a beautiful Lucas pass after being hit at the time of the reception. Randy McMichael was pretty quiet, as were Dedric Ward and James McKnight. Grade: C-

OFFENSIVE LINE — Simply brutal. Little room in the running game and heavy pressure on the quarterback seemingly every time they went back to pass. Marcus Spriggs stunk up the joint for the second game in a row. Grade: F

DEFENSIVE LINE — Didn't make much of anything happen. The interior of the defensive line was OK against the run, but nothing special. The pass rush didn't get anywhere unless the Dolphins were blitzing. Jason Taylor wasn't much of a factor, and nobody else stepped up. Grade: C-

LINEBACKERS — Zach Thomas was active, as usual, and Morlon Greenwood had a sack, but this wasn't a great night for this group. Grade: C-

DEFENSIVE BACKS — Patrick Surtain came up with a big play early in the game when he picked off Brett Favre in the end zone, but the Dolphins could have used more big plays. Sam Madison didn't have a very good game. He was beat on a couple of occasions, and gave Donald Driver about 20 extra yards when he tried to strip him of the ball after a short reception and failed to make the tackle. Arturo Freeman, whose pass interference penalty in the end zone, basically handed Green Bay its first touchdown, also had a poor performance. Grade: C-

SPECIAL TEAMS — This may have been the bright spot. Olindo Mare made his only field goal, the Dolphins recovered an onside kick, Travis Minor had a couple of nice kickoff returns, Mark Royals had a punt downed at the 5-yard line, and the coverage units were solid. The only negatives were a poor outing by punt returner Dedric Ward, who looked very tentative, and a short punt by Royals that put Green Bay in great field position to begin their second touchdown drive right before halftime. Grade: B+

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