Don't look now, but Jonathan Martin is the 19th best pass protecting tackle in the NFL according to PFF, with a positive grade of 2.6. Unfortunately, he is 65th in run blocking. 37th overall. Martin allowed 1 sack against the Falcons, but it was partially because he was screened by Incognito on a stung.
Tyson Clabo jumped up to 44th as a pass blocker, but is tied with Martin as a run blocker. 56th overall. Clabo allowed 2 pressures against the Falcons, after allowing 1 sack and 3 pressures in week 1 and 2 sacks and 3 pressures in week 2.
At guard, Richie Incognito tied for 8th in pass blocking, but ranked 38th in run blocking. 15th overall.
John Jerry is 29th in pass blocking, but 56th in run blocking. 41th overall.
At center, Mike Pouncey is 4th in pass blocking, but 19th in run blocking. 7th overall.
Overall, the Dolphins are ranked 12th in pass blocking, mostly because they aren't giving up that many pressures compared to the rest of the league. The problem is the Dolphins are giving up a much higher number of sacks per pressures than the rest of the league.
This can be attributed to a combination of the offensive line, running backs, tight ends and Tannehill not getting rid of the ball.
From a run blocking perspective, the Dolphins are 3rd from last and the only player with a positive run blocking grade is Michael Egnew (who would have thought!).
Dion Jordan had a 4.3 overall grade with a 3.7 pass rush grade. Jordan had 5 pressures, including the one that caused the game clinching interception.
Olivier Vernon also graded out positively with a 2.7 and a 2.0 pass rush grade. He contributed 4 pressures.
Despite 3 pressures, Phillip Wheeler had a negative -4.1 grade, mostly because of poor run defense and pass coverage. Wheeler had an astonishing 6 missed tackles.
As far as run defense, Chris Clemons, Derrick Shelby, Jared Odrick, Dannell Ellerbe and Cameron Wake all had negative grades.
Players that graded out positively on run defense are Reshad Jones, Nolan Carroll, Koa Misi and Dion Jordan.
In coverage, Brent Grimes was "shutdown", with a 2.2 positive grade, he allowed 1 catch for 9 yards on two targets and had one pass defensed.
Jimmy Wilson also graded out well, with a 1.5, allowing 1 catch on 4 targets for 2 yards. That was a TD allowed to a 6'8 tight end. He also had the crunch time INT.
Nolan Carroll struggled covering Julio Jones, allowing 5 receptions on 8 targets for 70 yards.