The Miami Dolphins had most of their starters play Saturday’s preseason game against the Las Vegas Raiders, but against a slew of backups, they delivered an underwhelming performance.
Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, who didn’t have wide receivers Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle or left tackle Terron Armstead with the first-team offense, went 6 of 8 for 58 yards in two drives over a quarter-plus at Hard Rock Stadium. The two series for Miami’s third-year signal-caller netted 3 points.
The Dolphins’ first-team defense surrendered an opening-drive touchdown to a Raiders offense not playing quarterback Derek Carr, wide receiver Davante Adams, tight end Darren Waller or running back Josh Jacobs.
With third-teamers taking the lead in the fourth quarter, the Dolphins then gave it up before…
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