Seeing running backs hit behind the LOS is getting old. Pass blocking looked good, and Tanny was very accurate on those dink and dunk pass plays called by Gase. With the time that Tannehill has, why doesn't Gase dial up a more vertical game? Also, calling all those run plays on first and goal after the interception had me scratching my head. I know he doesn't want to give away too much going into our first game with the Titans, but, dang.
Adam H. Beasley wrote:
Tannehill, who is now 18 of 23 for 132 yards, no turnovers and a passer rating of 90.6 this preseason, completed a high percentage of passes Friday because he again had excellent pass protection. The Dolphins’ first-string offense has not surrendered a sack in six drives this summer. However, run blocking could be an issue, as evidenced by the negative runs.
And that doesn’t even reflect what happened in Drake’s longest run, a 34-yard dash down the right sideline. Drake should have been dropped for a loss, as Carolina’s defensive front pushed center Daniel Kilgore back five yards. But Drake ran his way out of trouble.
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