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NFL: Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Dolphins offense struggled to get started on Sunday against the New England Patriots but found their groove in the second half of the contest. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill finished the game 32-for-45 for 389 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. He was also the leading rusher in the game for the Dolphins, picking up 35 yards on six carries. The Dolphins had two receivers go over 100 yards against the Patriots, with Jarvis Landry leading the way with 137 yards on 10 receptions and DeVante Parker adding 106 yards of his own on eight receptions.

Miami needs to find a way to start faster in their games, but the offense seems to be starting to come together. As we do every week after the Dolphins’ game, we take a look at the number of plays in which each player participated during the contest.

Here are the offensive snap counts for Miami in Week 2:

Wide receivers:

Kenny Stills - 64 snaps, 98%

Jarvis Landry - 61, 94%

DeVante Parker - 60, 92%

Leonte Carroo - 3, 5%

Running backs:

Jay Ajayi - 37, 57%

Kenyan Drake - 18, 28%

Arian Foster - 10, 15%

Quarterback:

Ryan Tannehill - 65, 100%

Tight ends:

Jordan Cameron - 38, 58%

Dion Sims - 33, 51%

MarQueis Gray - 1, 2%

Offensive linemen:

Branden Albert (LT) - 65, 100%

Laremy Tunsil (LG) - 65, 100%

Anthony Steen (C) - 65, 100%

Jermon Bushrod (RG) - 65, 100%

Ja’Wuan James (RT) - 65, 100%

2016 Season Snap Counts (Offense):