Ryan Tannehill targets improvement

Tannehill targets improvement
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Ryan Tannehill targets many areas of improvement for Miami Dolphins' offense.

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill has admitted that there are still several areas in which he would like his offense to improve.

Tannehill said that things did not go to plan in the 26-23 defeat to the Baltimore Ravens and that the target for the next game is to improve the long passing.

"There's a lot of areas that we'd like to see get better," he told the club's official website. "Third down I think we're doing a pretty good job so far, we'd like to see that continue at the pace it's at right now and hopefully increase it a little bit.

"Down in the red zone we've had some success, we took a step back against Baltimore, and we need to get that back on track. We'd like to hit a few more down the field shots, we've been really close at it a few times and we feel like if we hit a couple of those we're right where we want to be."

The Dolphins are currently 3-2 and face the Buffalo Bills next.

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