Miami Dolphins rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill was intercepted by the Houston Texans' defense three times -- all in the first half -- in Week 1.
Sunday, the Dolphins host the Oakland Raiders, who had no interceptions on 2011 pick-happy quarterback Phillip Rivers Monday night.
Through four preseason games and one regular-season contest, Tannehill's low point of release has resulted in batted passes at the line, which accounted for two of his Week 1 interceptions. The other could've been argued as a bad route by Legedu Naanee.
Does Tannehill decrease his interceptions in Week 2, or does he get picked off as many or more times as last week?
Vote: Poll is located on the top-right of the page.
Only one percent of voters were correct on last week's poll, which asked whether the Jets' or Bills' defense would get more sacks. The third option was "Equal." and equal is what happened. Neither team recorded a sack.
Week 1 results: Jets - 17 votes (21%) | Bills - 62 votes (77%) | Equal - 1 vote (1%)