As awful as the offensive line has been so far this season as far as pass-blocking goes, center Ben Jones has actually had a decent season. According to PFF, he has a pass-blocking grade of 81.2, so he’s actually not the issue. PFF also has him ranked as the fifth-best center in the league overall.
While wide receiver Adam Humphries hasn’t been nearly as productive as the team expected, considering the struggles in the passing game, he’s still done pretty well, racking up 229 yards on 25 receptions, including seven first downs (according to Pro Football Reference). With Ryan Tannehill at quarterback now, Humphries’ role in the offense may expand.
Speaking of Tannehill, with him having only played two games so far this season, it wouldn’t be fair to put him on the list, but he has no doubt been impressive so far, completing 80 percent of his passes since relieving Mariota in Week 6. If he continues on this path, he very well could make this list later on in the season.