I will be the first to admit that I wanted to get rid of Ginn, but he has saved his spot on the roster for one more week in my book. Don't get me wrong, I'm not going to run out and by a Ginn jersey and say that's he was sent down to save our team (even though he did today). I will give him his due respect for the amazing returns in a hostile environment. He showed a lot of poise to come out and play despite his current downgrade.
Maybe something good came of this. I believe that we should keep in back there returning kicks, while taking limited snaps on offense. Some players are just good returners and not good receivers. Look at Dante Hall, special teams monster, but almost invisible on the offensive end. This is not what we need or what was envisioned when Miami drafted him, but hey a square is a square and you shouldn't try to make it into a circle.
Now that he has shown that he can be explosive and an x-factor, he needs to consistent on special teams. Before breaking those 2 returns, he looked terrible. He looked tentative and was tackled TWICE by the kicker. The only tackle that a kicker should be making is one on the sideline and that should be just a dive. Ginn needs to find a hole and hit it hard and fast. The first return was good blocking, the second was his elusiveness. We need him to produce more with elusiveness and speed.
Other than that, good job Ginn. Keep it up and you might winn back some fans! (and yes I spelled winn like that on purpose).