The Dolphins worked on red zone offense and defense today and quarterback Ryan Tannehill threw one touchdown during the 165 minute practice in team drills (11 versus 11).
The Miami quarterback's lone scoring pass in 11 on 11 work came on his last throw of the day when he found Brian Hartline in the end zone for a 4-yard score.
For the day, Tannehill completed eight of 14 passes.
To be fair, Mike Wallace sat out most of the second part of practice. He said afterward he had soreness in a muscle that he didn't identify and was told to take it easy. Nothing major.
But on a day in which most of the team snaps (against a full defense) come from the red zone, I think it would be fair to expect more scores. ...
Just saying today was not the most productive day for the red zone offense. Tannehill started well and finished well. He was not too productive during the middle portion of the practice.
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