Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase has a strong offensive pedigree. Therefore, it was no surprise that Gase was very unhappy with his offense’s performance and the way it was dominated in the team’s intra-squad scrimmage Saturday night.
Miami’s defense was dominant. All three levels, which included the first, second and third string, shut out the offense, holding it scoreless in eight drives.
There were no touchdowns, no field goals and no energy. On top of that, Miami’s first-team offense couldn’t move the ball against its second-team defense. All three levels got just one first down total, when quarterback Ryan Tannehill completed a pass to receiver Griff Whalen.
“Offensively, there was just no juice whatsoever,” an irritated Gase said. “It was almost like a walkthrough.”