The first play looks like it could have gained a few yards... but I agree with Phins Rock on the second. Samuel is known for breaking quickly on the ball and baiting QBs into throws.
That being said, if I remember correctly, Tannehill won the game. Not the defense, not the running backs, but Tannehill.
So maybe we should have these stills focus on other areas of trouble, such as the run defense or the run and pass blocking...
Surprise I disagree. This team, as proven yesterday, will go as far as RT takes them. Right now, he's making the plays underneath but has made very few plays downfield. Just like Pennington in 2008 who physically couldn't exploit the deep half of the field, RT will need to in order to beat teams down the road when it matters. You're not going to beat many great teams by dinking and dunking the ball down the field. You've got to show you can beat them deep to keep those safeties at a respectful distance. Like I said, if I'm the DC for NO...I simply put a body on Wallace, man coverage all day, and then focus on the real threats on the Miami offense. Wallace is an expensive decoy and RT treats him that way. Through 3 games he has like 10 catches? I'm pretty sure that Hartline, Gibson and Clay have had a game where they've been targetted almost as many times. RT needs to take off the training wheels, buy time with his legs and exploit the defense.