Written by Matthew Cannata | Twitter: @PhinManiacsAfter giving up 58 sacks in 2013 - the most in franchise history - it was a welcome sight when the offensive line kept the quarterback relatively clean throughout just about the entire game until the fourth quarter when they gave up their first sack. However, offensive coordinator Bill Lazor said that there's still lots of work to be done as the team averaged only 2.5 yards per carry.
“I thought our pass protection was better than our run blocking. I thought we got edged a little bit in the run blocking. I expect it to be better.”
If the Dolphins can fix their running game issues, they can have an offense that keeps itself on the field by converting in short yardage situations, which was a big problem the team had in 2013.