During the summer, Dolphins players spoke of fielding an offense that would wear down opponents and play at a faster pace.
The pace has improved, but the results haven’t. And so 10 games into 2012, the Dolphins have averaged fewer points per game (18.7, 26th in the league) than they did last season (20.6).
After a two-day break, the Dolphins returned to work Monday, hoping to fix an offense that has slipped to 29th in yards and produced just one touchdown in its past 30 possessions
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Well, the early complaint about Tannehill by some here was the dearth of TD passes. Any bets that this will continue to correlate with Miami's W-L from here on out?