I just wanted to bring some optimism here, becuase I like how things look for Miami except for one thing. That one thing is the secondary, mainly the corners, especially Howard. I usually don't care for early byes because it's good for a team to have one in like week 7 or 8, hopefully Miami won't wear down from the long stretch after the bye. Anyway, the good thing about this bye week is that Ronnie will be able to heal, and Saban will have time, to tweak the secondary, and schemes which I'm sure he will focus on. I think the secondary played awful, but it can do much better with some tweaking, becuase the secondary stopped Denver's talented receiving corps. Just think about this though, Miami has played 3 tough teams, and is 2-1, the o-line is blocking well and is improving week to week, the groung game is starting to get in gear, Gus Frerotte and the receivers are starting to get on the same page now,and he is connecting more, and making better throws, he has made some nice throws, too, some weren't good, but overall throwing good. We knew it would take time to gel, but things are starting to gel already. Ricky will be back for the Tampa game I guess even though I thought he'd be back in the Buffalo game. It seems like each week Miami's a "gear" is clicking well for Miami. Like I already said about winning games against tough teams, and this is early in the season where postion issues are just starting to gel. I seriously think Miami could contend for a playoff spot,even though it's early. Each week they are improving, and beating good teams, so I wonder how they will look by mid season, when running on all cylinders. Miami will be a team to reckon with, they are now, but especially down the road this season. The Afc will be in for a surprise.