Bleacher Report wrote:
Winner: Defensive End Robert Quinnhttp://bleacherreport.com/articles/2780 ... -and-loser
The 28-year-old Quinn was the jewel of Miami's offseason acquisitions, brought in to add juice to a Dolphins pass rush that was getting a little long in the tooth.
Early returns have been promising
In a minicamp where the defense had its way with the offense much of the time, Quinn stood out to quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
"It's incredible how he bends his body to turn the corner," Tannehill told Andy Cohen of the team's website. "His hips are so low to the ground, he's very impressive."
Loser: Offensive Tackles
It's not any kind of surprise to see the defense out-perform the offense this early in camp. But per Chris Perkins and Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, there's still some reason for concern where Ju'Wuan James and Laremy Tunsil are concerned.
It's the flip side of Quinn looking so good. He and the other Dolphins' ends have gotten consistent pressure in part because James and Tunsil got beaten with regularity on the edge.
Not the best news for a quarterback coming off two ACL tears.