Record Days for Cam Wake, Sean Smith, Tannehill, Hartline, Bess

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Cam Wake: 4.5 sacks in a game (personal record)

Sean Smith: 2 interceptions in a game (personal record)

Ryan Tannehill: 431 yds passing in a game (franchise record for a rookie)

Brian Hartline: 253 yds receiving in a game (franchise record)

Davone Bess: 123 yds receiving in a game (personal record)


Although we lost the game, hopefully the above records are a hint of better days ahead.
 

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Was Misi 1.5 a career best?
Was it J Lane first TD?
Wasnt DCs personal streak for most consecutive games with a missed FG extended?
 

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Canes and Fins QB's combined for around 1000 yards passing on one weekend. Damn when is the last time that happened.
 

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Although this loss hurts as much as any, I think the future is looking very bright. Yesterdays game had a lot of positives we can come away with, and shows that we are not a one dimentional team.
 

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Serious question on the last Smith INT. I saw it live and saw a couple of replays. It looked like the ball touched the ground before he got his 2nd foot in, was there a better replay I missed or did you get away w/ one?
 

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I didn't think Smith had his second foot down but I'm not complaining. I also don't think Legedu Naanee made a football move on that fumble.
 

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I agree the ball was never tucked away.
yeah. I was in Chicago this weekend so I watched the game at a sports bar with no sound so I didn't have the benefit of hearing commentary but I was wrong on both plays. Could of sworn that smith pick was gonna be reversed and I can't believe they said that nono had possession and made a football move.
 

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Serious question on the last Smith INT. I saw it live and saw a couple of replays. It looked like the ball touched the ground before he got his 2nd foot in, was there a better replay I missed or did you get away w/ one?
I believe the announcers said the rule is if he doesn't bobble the ball (maintains complete control/possession) then the fact that it touched the ground is mute.
Which is true, the ball didn't move one iota in his hands before or after it touched the ground.

I had a harder time with the two feet, but I do feel he got both feet in bounds (objectively speaking).
 
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