Written by Matthew Cannata | Twitter: @PhinManiacs
In his second preseason game in the new offense, Ryan Tannehill looked sharp and efficient, going 9 for 14 with 110 yards, no interceptions and an 88.4 quarterback rating. Although he didn’t lead the offense to a touchdown, he moved the ball well and was quick with his decisions. While he did lose a fumble on a sack, no one can blame for him the blindside hit by Gerald McCoy.
"I thought we threw the ball well, I thought we had some guys open, I thought the quarterbacks threw the ball well," Philbin said. "But I think we all agree we had way too many negative-yardage plays in the running game. That really wasn't fixed the way I would hope."
It’s evident that the Dolphins haven’t opened up their full bag of tricks on offense and are surely saving it for the preseason. If Tannehill can continue to improve, he might be in for a huge year in 2014 and hopefully silencing the critics in the process.