--CB Nate Clements returned an interception 54 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter. He also had a pick in the first quarter, and in his last three games against the Dolphins he has six interceptions.
--QB Drew Bledsoe endured the second-worst day of his career, quarterback rating wise,
with an un-Godly 18.4 mark, one week after posting a 144.0 against the Jaguars.
He was 10-of-25 for 98 yards with two interceptions and four
--DE Aaron Schobel had an excellent game as he recorded
nine tackles, one of which was for a loss on Ricky Williams, and a sack. On his
sack, Schobel used perfect hand technique to escape LT Wade Smith and plow into
--WR Eric Moulds, who was the center of controversy
during the week for his alleged spitting incident with Patrick Surtain from a
year ago, lost his battle with the Miami secondary. He caught just two passes
for 30 yards.
--LG Ruben Brown cannot be solely to blame for the
offensive line's poor performance, but he is the leader of a group that allowed
four sacks of Drew Bledsoe, and has failed all season to provide holes for the
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