I've just got to throw my observations into the mix here also. 1) Jacksonville never punted. The only real stops were the 2 fumbles in the 1st quarter. I think this sums up the game as well as anything. This seems to be a recurring problem - Miami's only 2 punts came in the 4th quarter at the end of 8 and 9 play drives. 2) Following up on that, a huge part of the blame for this one goes to the defense. It's true they were on the field a lot, but a lot of that was their own fault. If they can't get a single 3-and-out (they didn't have any against Miami, either), they're going to end up on the field a lot. 3) In the exact opposite of what I would have expected, the secondary was the one part of the defense that played semi-decently. Dunta did great, as far as I could tell, and Faggins didn't look too bad. CC Brown caused a fumble. Meanwhile, the DL was getting no penetration/push on passing plays, and missing tackles on running plays. The linebackers didn't seem to be covering the short passing routes in the middle, and again missed tackles. 4) The only reason our OL looked at all decent was due to Schaub. It seemed to me like he was often having to hurry his throws or throw on the run. The pass protection stats are deceptive - they make the OL seem better than it is. Their poor run performance is obvious. 5) I'm amazed at how good our WRs have been, despite losing AJ, Jacoby (was he active today?) and Mathis. Most of our plays don't seem very well suited for getting YAC, though. 6) I wish our RBs could break/avoid tackles like those Jacksonville RBs. I don't know how much is due to the RBs, and how much is the defense, though. I did think that at least Green/Gado looked a lot better than Dayne/Gado. 7) I wouldn't be opposed to the offense focusing on nothing but short-yardage and goalline plays for the next week. 8) This game could have been even worse, had Jacksonville made that first FG. That's one where they shot themselves in the foot, rather than our team doing much of anything. The punt that hit their player was also a fair bit of luck for us. 9) You've got to give Jacksonville a lot of credit for making (and successfully executing) some gutsy calls. Their going for it on 4th down twice, and of course the onside kick, really helped get momentum in their direction. 10) The refs clearly had some poor calls, but they're not the reason we lost. We could play what-if all day long, and most scenarios would still come out with us losing.