Ed Mulholland-US PRESSWIRE
While the Dolphins were able to score 30 points, most of the fault does not fall in the lap of the defense. However, Kyle Wilson was exposed for being the liability he is opposite Antonio Cromartie.
Kyle has been getting beat rather consistently by opposing receivers, but the Dolphins were the first team to actually capitalize on having open receivers running deep downfield. Both Jabar Gaffney and Marlon Moore were able to cash in on 30-plus yard plays against Wilson to put the game out of hand.
If Kyle Wilson played well as a sideline corner, he could have potentially earned himself a lot of money from the Jets or someone else in free agency. Now, it is starting to look like the Jets would be glad to rid themselves of Kyle Wilson next offseason.
The more Kyle Wilson plays, the more evident it is that he has been yet another stain on Mike Tannenbuam's resume.