Lost a bit in Miami's 7-9 season and the way the team ended the season, was the amazing play of X. Howard. In today's game to get seven interceptions is pretty amazing. Quarterback interceptions are down due, in a large way, to the changes in the rules of play. When you factor in how teams attacked the Dolphins, that number looks even better. Teams had so much success running the ball against Miami, add in a pass rush that was pretty anemic with 31 sacks., and not often needing to challenge down the field, all those factors support Howard's outstanding season. How does he's season rate among Miami's all-time secondary play? Dick Anderson comes to mind at safety, Sam Madison and Patrick Surtain as well.