Rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill appeared sharp in a Miami Dolphins scrimmage Saturday in Sun Life Stadium, leading the offense to its only touchdown. In six possessions starting at the offense’s 30-yard line, the Texas A&M product threw only two incompletions and fired a 26-yard scoring pass to Anthony Fasano. “It was really impressive,” Fasano said. “It was a great touch pass on the run. I've said it all along and I think everyone has said it. He doesn't really play like a rookie quarterback. It's a great sign to see and he's only going to get better.” Coach Joe Philbin liked Tannehill's poise. “I thought he looked natural out there,” Philbin told the Miami Herald. “It wasn’t too big for him." Quarterback David Garrard took his snaps with the starting unit but didn’t have much success in the red zone. Backup Matt Moore struggled all over the field with the second-team offense against the first-team defense, according to reports.