The rushing yardage total is a misnomer. I'd imagine the ranking likely comes down to the teens after the game this weekend. We've played two teams who still like to run the ball so we've faced 52 rushing attempts while the league average is 42.2. YPC average in the NFL is 4.3 and 4.5 if you remove the Ravens and Patriots (both played the Dolphins).
So it's not as abysmal as you would think.
Also, the defensive line in a 3-4 isn't the group to rack up the sacks. Usually that would be the linebackers. We are missing Bruce Irvin which has likely had a huge impact on our play calling to this point. No one can tell me Mario Addison or Marquis Haynes can replicate the package that Bruce Irvin can provide.
With a healthy Cam and Bruce, we are 2-0 right now. The fact we lost both games, while being relatively close, should actually be encouraging considering we get a healthy, mobile QB who finally gets to play with the ones again (last time was against the Saints), and hopefully Irvin gets back soon. Haven't seen an update on him.
I'm not saying this to argue against body cams (I think they're good and everybody should have them), or to argue against accountability for tampering with them. I am arguing against people who don't understand the reality of what body cams are and if you think that's stupid of me, I don't know what else to tell you