The Dolphins have parted ways with offensive coordinator Bill Lazor following Sunday's 38-20 loss to the Jets in a move that signals more widespread changes to come within the organization, according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.
Zac Taylor, the team's quarterbacks coach, will take over the primary play calling for the remainder of the season, Rapoport added, per a Dolphins source.
The Dolphins have already fired coach Joe Philbin and defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle. The momentary surge felt by the promotion of interim coach Dan Campbell has all but disappeared, and Miami has lost four of their last five games to drop to 4-7.
Most concerning, the story said, is that quarterback Ryan Tannehill has struggled mightily over the last five games, logging a completion percentage just slightly above 60 percent.