With the regular season less than two weeks away, Miami Dolphins starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill is looking to take advantage of every snap as his team takes on the Dallas Cowboys Wednesday night in Miami's final preseason game.
Speaking to the media on Tuesday, Tannehill was asked what his goals were against the Cowboys, and the rookie from Texas A&M stressed consistency while on the field.
"Just go out and take advantage of the snaps I get. I don't know exactly how many snaps I'll get, but want to go out and take advantage of every rep. Really play like we can as an offense (and) really move the ball and be consistent. I think that's the one thing that I've kind of focused on is being more consistent as an offense, being more consistent as a quarterback. I think we've done some good things, I've done some good things at times and other times been inaccurate with the ball. Want to be consistent in everything that we do."
Tannehill was also asked on how he felt the offense was coming together as the season approaches, and Tannehill was optimistic with the improvement in each and every practice.
"For sure. I think every rep we get as an offense, we get closer and closer to where we're trying to get. We're just improving every day (and) getting more comfortable with everything that's going on every day with the different guys that are running the routes, guys blocking. Every day, every rep, I think we're getting better."