After disastrous season openers, the Oakland Raiders and Miami Dolphins came away echoing the same sentiment: We've got to do a better job.
Rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill looks to bounce back from a horrible performance in his Dolphins debut, and the visiting Raiders try to regroup Sunday after their special teams play cost them dearly in their first game.
Following a winless preseason, the Dolphins began 2012 with a 30-10 loss at Houston last Sunday. Tannehill, the eighth overall pick in April's draft, threw three interceptions - all in less than a six-minute span in the second quarter - with no touchdown passes while getting sacked three times.
Tannehill completed 55.6 percent of his passes (20 for 36) for 219 yards, and the Dolphins rushed for only 79 yards, held the ball for nearly 10 minutes less than the Texans and fumbled three times - losing one.
"We've got a lot of work to do," rookie coach Joe Philbin said. "Hopefully they accept responsibility, as did I. I didn't c...