The Miami Dolphins took the field for the first time in 2014 earlier tonight and they dropped preseason game #1 to the Atlanta Falcons, 16-10. While there was plenty of action, the big story of the evening was Ryan Tannehill and the first-team offense, who made the most of the one drive they had. In his first game action under new offensive coordinator Bill Lazor, Tannehill took the offense 73 yards on the game’s opening possession, and hit wide receiver Brandon Gibson for a six yard touchdown on the 10th play of the drive. Along the way, the third year quarterback would complete all six of his passes, including a 36 yard strike to receiver Rishard Matthews.
Here’s an overview of all of Dolphins.com’s coverage of preseason game #1 against the Atlanta Falcons:
- Dolphins Start Strong But Drop 16-10 Decision In Preseason Opener
- 3 Takeaways From Dolphins vs. Falcons
- POSTGAME NOTES: Inside The Numbers From The Preseason Opener
- Quick Hits From Friday Night’s Preseason Opener
- PRESS RELEASE: Dolphins Announce Staff Promotions And Additions
- PRESS RELEASE: Jones Suspended Four Games by NFL
- Photo Gallery: DOLPHINS DARK ROOM: Miami Opens The Preseason In Atlanta
- VIDEO: Coach Philbin Recaps Falcons Game
- VIDEO: Dolphins 1st Quarter Scoring Drive
- VIDEO: Tannehill To Matthews For 36 Yards
- VIDEO: Dolphins QB Tannehill to WR Brandon Gibson for TD
- VIDEO: Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry 48-yard Punt Return
- VIDEO: Gibson On Scoring TD In His Return
- VIDEO: Reshad Jones Answers Questions
- VIDEO: Misi Analyzes First Game At MLB
- VIDEO: Will Davis Gets Heavy Action In Falcons Game
- AUDIO: Dolphins Preseason Postgame Show: 8/8/14
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