Re-watch the Miami game. Daboll's preparation/signal calling was downright killer. Usage of RBs / FBs in the passing game is something I haven't seen since the Richardson/Holmes days.
a) our entire secondary got owned by a medicore corner in warm weather. Weakest moments = domination of McGraw, Piscatelli, Donald Washignton, and even Brandon Flowers on Clay.
b) Cassel scrambled too much when the game was competitive. The defensive sacks helped gain momentum for Miami. Remember, the Chiefs were on a 4 game win streak. Miami ruined the momentum from that game.
c) Perhaps it was the lack of recovery from the MNF game but Kendrick Lewis couldn't tackle Reggie Bush after a first hit. I understand FS's not being able to take down Brandon Jacobs. But Bush is no power back.
NOTE : I am curious to see if Dexter McCluster and Tony Moeaki will be used in similar roles as Bess and Clay. Daboll has a New England mentality of making uncharacteristic positions into high-light makers on the offense. On top of that I don't think Miami was that talented on offense.