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With a competent quarterback in the game at all times, we got to see why the Miami wide receivers are the deepest unit on the team, as well as just how good these players are.
Overall, each of the wide receivers in the game graded out better than B to me except for one.
Brian Hartline was only targeted once, and he made one catch. Brandon Gibson played well, hauling in two catches for 28 yards.
Rishard Matthews was responsible for a touchdown, along with three catches for 43 yards.
Jarvis Landry continues to impress, as he was only targeted once, and he turned that into a 26-yard reception, while Damian Williams was targeted once and gained four yards on the one catch.
Then there's Mike Wallace, who was horrible.
Wallace was targeted three times and each ball was catchable, yet not a single pass was caught.
The first one was a bubble screen, a play meant to get Wallace in space with the ball, taking advantage of his speed. He dropped the pass after bobbling it.
The way the blocking was set up on the play, Wallace would've at least gained 20 yards.
Tannehill would then go deep to Wallace and overthrow him, yet I put the blame on Wallace for this play, as he slowed down when he should've sped up.
Finally, Tannehill attempted to throw to Wallace on the run but couldn't make a connection.
Tannehill can complete a pass to every receiver except Wallace, which should tell you more about Wallace than it does about Tannehill.
Final Grade: B- (thanks Mike, should've been an A-)