The 2-4 Miami Dolphins are coming off a startling 30-15 blowout of the Pittsburgh Steelers but remain an underperforming squad on the season considering they’re already three games back in the AFC East.

To get a closer look at which players are excelling — and flailing — let’s take a look at how Pro Football Focus regards the Dolphins individually, grading the eight best and worst on the roster through Week 6.

  • The bad news: Safety Reshad Jones, with a grade of 88.5 (out of 100), is their highest rated player, ranking as the No. 3 safety in football. He’s out for the season with a torn shoulder.
  • The good: Many might be interested to know Ryan Tannehill fared pretty well considering all the backlash he’s taken this season, with a 79.7 grade placing him as the No. 14 quarterback. A hair above average? Sounds about right.
  • As for Mike Pouncey, he might be the most overrated player on the team. Despite three Pro Bowls to his name, he’s the No. 32 center after his first two games back from injury. He also has not graded out above 80 in any of the last three seasons.

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Note: Minimum of 100 snaps to qualify. Grades are in parenthesis.

Best

1. Reshad Jones (88.5) — No. 3 safety

2. Jarvis Landry (83.7) — No. 7 receiver

3. Ndamukong Suh (83.3) — No. 6 interior defender

4. Cam Wake (82.7) — No. 9 edge defender

5. Byron Maxwell (80.3) — No. 24 cornerback

6. Ryan Tannehill (79.7) — No. 14 quarterback

7. Isa Abdul-Quddus (78.1) – No. 27 safety

8. Mario Williams (74.4) — No. 42 edge defender

Worst

1. LB Jelani Jenkins (37.6) — No. 81 linebacker

2. DE Jason Jones (41.5) — No. 95 edge defender

3. DT Jordan Phillips (43.5) — No. 94 interior defender

4. LB Neville Hewitt (48.7) — No. 59 linebacker

5. S Michael Thomas (49.3) —  No. 79 safety

6. OG Jermon Bushrod (49.3) — No. 70 offensive guard

7. C Mike Pouncey (49.5) — No. 32 center

8. TE Dion Sims (49.6) — No. 45 tight ened