The Miami Dolphins offense has had a lot of head scratching moments throughout the season, whether it’s penalties, dropped passes, terrible play-calling, or terrible throws by the QB. However a lot of this abysmal level of play has improved drastically over the last few weeks, penalties are still an occurrence but less often, less dropped passes, the offensive coordinators are actually drawing up good plays, and QB play has improved a lot as well.
In most cases the team goes as the QB goes and the start of the season was hindered by Tua Tagovailoa’s injury and Jacoby Brissett’s incompetence at the QB position. It took Tagovailoa a couple games to get back to form, given that his performances against Jacksonville and Atlanta were good but not great.
Ever since the Dolphins played the Ravens on Thursday night football there seems to be a new-found life within the team. Before playing Baltimore Miami ranked 23rd in passing yards at 222.3 per game, and 32nd in rushing yards at 75.1 per game. And at this point many thought the Miami Dolphins were dead in the water.
However something changed in that Thursday night matchup with the Ravens, because in the last 3 games Miami ranks within the top 10 on passing yards per game (9th at 255.7). Also it is important note that this stat includes the game against the Panthers #1 passing defense in the NFL.