Dolphins want Ryan Tannehill to improve his accuracy this offseason

According to ProFootballWeekly.com, the main thing the Miami Dolphins want quarterback Ryan Tannehill to work on this offseason is his accuracy.

As the Dolphins spend the offseason working to put better weapons around QB Ryan Tannehill, we hear one thing the team wants its franchise signalcaller to improve upon is accuracy. Tannehill completed 58.3 percent of his passes as a rookie, though was markedly better in wins, completing 65.7 percent of his throws in the seven victories compared to only 54.3 in nine losses. “He can take a step better in accuracy, in ball placement, getting the ball out faster, tempo,” GM Jeff Ireland told reporters at the Senior Bowl.

Of course giving Tannehill a receiver like Greg Jennings or Mike Wallace would really help him grow next season.

Tannehill didn’t have a horrible rookie season.  He threw for over 3,000 yards,  12 touchdowns and 13 interceptions.