I'll get this thread going and invite others to jump in. First, a couple of big plays given up by the Pats' D. 1st quarter, 13:17 to go, Phins have the ball 3rd and 3. The Pats with 3 safeties -- Chung, Meriweather, Sanders. Hartline motions across the formation from the left slot, and Chung follows him like he's in man, but nobody takes Fasano, who releases into the hole and gets hit by Henne for a 20-yard pickup. The Pats apparently had Chung as the NB and Sanders and Meriweather playing a 2-(very)-deep shell -- but why, on 3rd and short? 1st quarter, 9:48 left, Phins have it 1st and 10. Marshall motions out of the backfield and runs a gorgeous pick on Kyle Arrington to free up Davone Bess. Henne hits him for 21 yards. Finally, the Phins' first touchdown, which was also yet another (*sigh*) 3rd and long conversion. 1st quarter, 5:58, 3rd and 8, Phins on the Patriot 19. Looks like a passing situation and indeed it is. Pats rush 4, get no pressure, though in fairness the Dolphins run 7-man protection. Mayo keys on #23 Brown -- when he sees Brown staying in to protect, he rushes the QB, but it's too late. Davone Bess fools Pat Chung with that fake inside, and Henne completes the pass for the TD. Chung seeing plenty of action as the NB.