Written by Matthew Cannata | Twitter: @PhinManiacs
With injuries to the quarterbacks mounting, Seth Lobato played the entire game with the exception of the first offensive drive of the game. Unfortunately, for Lobato, he struggled most of the time.
Lobato failed to lead any touchdown scoring drives and was erratic at times when throwing the ball. His worst mistake? With under three minutes to go and the team at the Falcons' five yard line, he botched the snap from Kyle Larsen and the Falcons recovered.
“There are some things that have happened in practice that reared their ugly head at a bad time in the game,” Joe Philbin said. “When we had the ball at the 5, I would have bet my ranch we would win the game. Balls are on the ground too much in practice and on the ground again today at a bad time.”
Lobato finished 14 for 28 for 128 yards, which isn't much to be impressed about. This was Lobato's chance to show the Dolphins he's worth keeping around but unfortunately, it looks like he may be out to the door once camp breaks and the team no longer needs camp arms.