The Miami Dolphins passing, uh, OTA practice just concluded.
And you must know that this is indeed a passing intense two hours because there is no real contact work and players are not in pads. So as it is all about passing let me share some thoughts in the next couple of posts.
I asked offensive coordinator Bill Lazor what a fair expectation for quarterback Ryan Tannehill in the offense would be:
"That's a good question," he said. "I think everything should be better. Everything should be clearer. I'm very happy with how his offseason went and the time we got to spend with him. Ryan is an extremely hard worker. He's a very intelligent guy. And he wants to do it right. I don't know that you can script a better formula for a guy to be successful. That's how he's approached it. And I'm really proud of how far he's gone in the offseason. And I think we were all waiting for this time of year where you have a defense to throw against to try to put yourself to the test and that's what he's doing."
Tannehill last season threw 27 TDs. He had 12 INTs. His QB rating was 92.8 and he threw for over 4,000 yards.
Everything better would be outstanding.