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Ryan Tannehill — B+
Ryan Tannehill's first quarter was his best quarter of the preseason, and a great way to end his preseason and instill confidence.
Tannehill finished six of eight for 41 yards. He only made one bad throw (a pass that Dallas almost picked off, that play would be nullified by a Cowboys penalty) and could have had a touchdown had the replacement officials not missed an almost sure pass interference penalty on Cowboys cornerback Teddy Williams.
Matt Moore — D-
Upon taking over for Tannehill, Moore responded with this sequence: a three-and-out that ended in a sack and field goal, an interception returned for a touchdown, and then a three-and-out. His numbers for that stretch: 0/4, 0 yards, 0 touchdowns, 1 interception.
After that tough start, Moore has picked up a bit and actually led Miami on a good drive. However the drive would stall in Dallas territory, netting Miami no points. Moore would return for the first two drives of the third quarter and continued his struggles, however he did complete a nice 15 yard pass to B.J. Cunningham. Moore's final stats look deceptively good in terms of yardage (he would finish with 49 on only four completions), but he was terrible the rest of the way.
Pat Devlin — B+
Pat Devlin's first drive was a thing of beauty for Miami. During the course of the drive, Devlin went four of five for 46 yards, leading Miami to a touchdown scored by Lamar Miller.
After this drive Miami's offense had issues, but Devlin still looked good. His final stats were 7/12 for 63 yards and most importantly, no interceptions.
This despite the fact that much like Moore, Devlin was running for his life.