They did a better job in pass protection against a good defensive front. We won't talk about the lack of lanes for the running backs. Hopefully the bye week allows them to recharge and continue to improve. When you are the worst OL in the NFL, you can only go up.
Say what you will about the Dolphins’ offensive line, but Sunday, it appeared to give Tagovailoa enough time to throw the ball, as the quarterback had a 2.34-second average time to throw.https://www.pff.com/news/nfl-week-13-ga ... k-giants-9
From a pass-protection perspective, the line looked average. Four of the five starters graded below a 60.0, upon first review, and the unit registered 14 total negatively graded pass protection plays.
The standout on the line was Robert Hunt, who graded 88.5 in pass protection and didn't allow a pressure.