The AFC East side have won their first three games of the season and will look to continue their winning start to 2013 against the New Orleans Saints tomorrow.
The head coach told reporters: "One of the ways you can evaluate practice is by the length of it and if it is ahead of schedule and behind schedule. It's not always a foolproof thing because we have a couple of drills in there like a two-minute drill that can take varying levels of time, those types of things.
"I think overall the practice was good. Guys were on task it seemed mentally and physically. I think it's good. It's really incumbent on the teams that are putting on the guy who are putting on the look of New Orleans to do a great, great job.
"It's important every single day, but on Friday you don't want to spend extra time on the field unless you have to. Earlier in the week you aren't necessarily as concerned about that."
When the sides played in the final week of the pre-season, the Dolphins took a 24-21 win over the Saints.