Brian Hartline — B+
Brian Hartline only had three catches, but showed he could make a big impact as he's integrated into the offense.
The highlight of Hartline's game was a beautiful 34 yard catch on Tannehill's best throw of the game in the fourth quarter. As he gets better acclimated with Tannehill, Hartline will improve this offense ten-fold. Miami's two second half red zone drives got into the red zone partly due to Hartline's work. On the day his three catches netted 50 yards.
Davone Bess — B-
The reliable Davone Bess had five catches for 45 yards on the day but also dropped two passes. He also had trouble seperating himself from Houston's secondary, which actually limited what he could do. In a way, Bess' reliability could be a liability if the other receivers do not improve, as Tannehill showed a tendency to lock into Bess. This caused most of Houston's tipped passes.
Anthony Fasano — C
Fasano couldn't be the safety blanket Tannehill and this offense needed, as he found himself covered for a majority of the game. He still managed to get three catches for 19 yards, but at times seemed missing in action on the Dolphins offense.
Charles Clay, Ledegu Naanee — F
Tannehill attempted passes to both the tight end and receiver, and both managed to drop said passes. Naanee's play in the preseason showed the potential for drops, but Clay's no-show was confounding at times.