I have to say that I felt letdown by Tannehill and the offense last night. I felt offensively they moved the ball well, but could not finish what they started ... which has been their usual effort since the Wannstedt years. Mistakes in the red zone on third down. Tannehill threw well for the most part, but Lazor is another OC calling a lot of short passes for him. I understand this is a west coast offense, but if we want the medium to deep passes to be respected then we need to throw more of those passes rather than the less risky short passes.
I'm still a Tannehill supporter, but I need more from him. This was a game where we had a balanced attack as the running game was working, and the OL had a good game, so I expected
a touchdown in the first half. In his two previous games he delivered and looked very efficient.
Again, this is the preseason, and Tannehill has looked better this preseason than he has the last two years. There is improvement.
Ryan Tannehill completed 13-of-21 passes for 119 yards and an interception in the Dolphins' third preseason game. The Dolphins' offense shredded the Cowboys' defense for 232 yards while Tannehill was on the field, but penalties and turnovers held Miami to only three points. The most egregious of those turnovers belonged to Tannehill, who stared down Brian Hartline before throwing the ball straight to Cowboys CB Tyler Patmon on his final play of the night. Tannehill also struggled with deep accuracy Saturday night, missing a wide-open Mike Wallace by a good five yards. Despite his struggles, Tannehill has the upside to be a solid QB2 in what should be an improved offense. Tannehill is 28-of-41 for 291 yards, one touchdown, and an interception this preseason. http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/7417/ryan-tannehill