A little more .... and thank you, Habib, for the D grade on Gase. His game plans lead to FGs rather than TDs.
Hal Habib wrote:
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QB Ryan Tannehill: Had decent stats (14-of-17, 100 yards). In preseason, he’s 18-of-23 for 132 yards (a 90.6 rating), but more telling is that his average completion has gone for just 7.3 yards and, most importantly, he still hasn’t led the offense on a touchdown drive in preseason. Sooner or later, this offense will have to open up things. On third-and-13, Tannehill’s pass to Albert Wilson didn’t even travel past the line of scrimmage. And a third-and-6 dump-off to Albert Wilson went for just 4 yards. It’s no crime for that not to happen in preseason, but given this team’s offensive struggles the past several seasons, we’re starting to see signs that the 2018 offense will look a lot like 2017, 2016, etc. That means a heavy dose of dink-and-dump, too many penalties in the red zone. For the night, the Dolphins had only one completion of more than 14 yards.
Coach Adam Gase: Haven’t we seen enough of those woefully short passes on third down — the ones that don’t even come close to the line to gain? And what’s with a draw play on third-and-goal from the 9?