I though there was 5. 4 INT's and a fumble. Did I miss one?
Regardless, Pennington was horrible today. Lots of inaccurate passes. That's what happens when a defense gets pressure on the QB. Penny never had a chance to set his feet and get comfortable, unlike Flacco on the other side of the ball.
IMO, that was the story of the game. Flacco had all day to throw and got comfortable, while Penny was never afforded the opportunity.
If the roles were reversed, the outcome likely would have been reversed.
More than anything else, the Dolphins #1 priority going into next season has to be developing a consistent pass rush. The #2 priority has to be protecting the QB. You do those 2 things, and you'll beat anybody no matter what kind of receiving or secondary talent you have.
The Cobbs fumble was the turning point, I feel. We were in it, and there were definately other time we had chances but, I felt we had a *HUGE* stop and if we could have went down and atleast got some points on the board the game might have been different. But that fumble was a depleter in my opinion.