Brian Flores identifies key area of improvement for Miami Dolphins after Week 1 win

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Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores wants his team to improve on its offensive execution throughout the game for Week 2.

The Dolphins scored on their opening drives in each half of their 17-16 Week 1 win over the New England Patriots, but they struggled to muster any points in between.

“We try to execute on every drive,” Flores said. “It just so happens, in this particular game, it happened on our first drive of the game and to open the second half. I think we need to do a better job executing in between. I know we are going through those corrections right now. I don’t think there’s any real correlation. We try to move the ball and be productive on every drive.”

Miami’s offense will get a boost with the return of Will Fuller, who missed Week 1 to finish out the end of his six-game suspension from last season.

Still, Tua Tagovailoa and the rest of the offense will need to generate more points against a high-flying Buffalo Bills offense in Week 2.

Tagovailoa was responsible for two touchdowns in Week 1, as he ran for a score and threw a touchdown pass to Jaylen Waddle.

Dolphins fans are surely hoping that Flores and company can get the offense going as Miami tries to maintain its lead in the AFC East.