When Ryan Tannehill released the ball in less than 2.5 seconds after the snap, he was one of the best in the NFL. He had a passer rating of 109.1 which was third best among quarterbacks in the league. However, Tannehill was not that successful after the 2.5 seconds. Tannehill has been earning a ton of praise from Pro Football Focus lately.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Ryan Tannehill one of the best in the NFL at quick passes
Quarterbacks are taught not to hold the ball too long if they don’t want to get hit.
Adam Gase likes having players come in to help | ProFootballTalk
Dolphins coach Adam Gase has quickly earned a reputation as a player's coach. Part of that could be for his willingness to turn to former players for help. Via Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, the latest to drop in was longtime NFL cornerback Dre Bly.
AFC East rated fifth in quarterbacks by NFL.com
The landscape of the AFC East quarterbacks is a vast one.
Dolphins Wide Receivers
Deep threat, deep thinker Kenny Stills brings added dimension to Miami Dolphins’ offense | The Daily Dolphin
(Note: This continues a series in Daily Dolphin spotlighting members of the team individually. In addition to reliving highlights and lowlights of the past season for each, we'll provide analysis and criticism, plus take a look at how each player fits -- or doesn't fit -- into the team's plans ...
Dolphins Offensive Line
Anthony Steen doing 'whatever's best for the team' in Miami Dolphins' offensive line | AL.com
If the Miami Dolphins need Anthony Steen to step in for center Mike Pouncey again to start the 2017 NFL season, the former Alabama standout will be "comfortable with it now."
Phinsider News You May Have Missed
The Splash Zone 7/7/17: Dolphins Projected To Be Below .500 - The Phinsider
Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.
Offensive Line, Part Two: Coaching - The Phinsider
With the recent success the Miami Dolphins had with their offensive line in 2016, it's easy to forget how inconsistent they were from 2009 to 2015 with their blockers. Despite selecting John...
What Is The Dolphins Biggest Flaw Heading Into Training Camp? - The Phinsider
Every team has a flaw heading into training camp, but where are the Dolphins weakest at?
Phinsider Mailbag: No question is a dumb question - The Phinsider
The weirder the question, the weirder the answer