Defense- Amazing in the first half causing three 3 and outs and two turnovers. Second half, missed tackles, missed opportunities, etc. Malcolm Butler was target six times and each target led to a completion. Rookie Justin Coleman didn't look much better.
Duron Harmon- While his interception at the end of the game was huge and secured the win, it wasn't really necessary and was actually a little dangerous. With it being fourth down, all Harmon had to do was make sure it wasn't a completion and the game would be in the bag. Since he was making a play on the ball at its peak in the back of the end zone, a safer decision would have been to knock it out of bounds. By making a catch over Miami's DeVante Parker, he was putting the possibility of a simultaneous catch into play. According to Article 3 Item 5, a simultaneous catch goes to the offense. Although it was clear that Harmon was the player making the catch and Parker was trying to wrestle the ball away, had Parker been able to show mutual possession at the end of the play, we all know how Goodell's zebras would have ruled.
On-field Call Changes- While the final calls may have been the correct call, the Dolphins were twice rewarded with an on-field call change. One was the picking up of a flag for setting an illegal pick on the offense. The second was for a sideline catch which was originally ruled out of bounds.