What Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen said Thursday

Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen. (Allen Eyestone/The Post)

Here’s some of what Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen said before the Jets game:

• A key for the week is listening to Jay Cutler better. There are too many questions being asked of Cutler. The team needs to get lined up quicker. They are still learning Cutler.

• Laremy Tunsil has not met expectation yet. It was on the road. Those were very, very, very good pass rushers coming of the edge. That’s an all-day job. He’s pretty much a rookie left tackle. Those cats coming off the edge were really good players. He might have been disappointed. Tunsil is going to be fine. He’s finding his way. There are some catastrophes around the league. They consider this his first start at left tackle. He didn’t see these guys on the outside last year.

•  The balance of run-pass in Week 1 was very, very good.

• Jay Cutler has a knack for buying extra time. But it has surprised me how natural he is. He took calculated chances. He was careful. He gave DeVante some 50-50 balls. He bought time.

• Adam Gase can be too hard on himself as a play-caller. Gase told him after the first half he didn’t get Miami in a rhythm.

• The Dolphins have a few go-to guys in the red zone including Julius Thomas and DeVante Parker. Parker has to win more than 50 percent of 50-50 balls.

 

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