Miami Dolphins Offensive Line Woes Continue in Preseason Week 1 Win

August 10, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Jacksonville Jaguars, the same team that sacked the quarterback a league-worst 20 times in all of 2012, was getting pressure on Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill early and often in their preseason game on Friday night.
It was another reminder that while the Dolphins' biggest offseason investment was to provide their quarterback a new target in the passing game, their biggest offseason question remains their ability to protect their quarterback.
Overall, Tannehill was pressured on six of his 10 dropbacks, with five hurries and a sack. 
Josh Samuda, starting at right guard in place of the injured John Jerry and Lance Louis, gave up an easy sack on Ryan Tannehill when he neglected his assignment, defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks flying through the A-gap.
The woes continued on the very next play, as defensive ends Jason Babin and Andre Branch simultaneously beat tackles Tyson Clabo and Jonathan Martin, respectively. Tannehill scrambled, and Branch shed Mart...

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