Bill Lazor was most recently the quarterbacks coach in Philadelphia where Nick Foles became a quick fantasy star in only 10 starts in 2013. There is still plenty of room on the Ryan Tannehill bandwagon at this point, and that is the issue that Lazor has been brought in to remedy. Mike Wallace unfairly caught the ire of Dolphin fans for his lack of production in 2013, but I would argue that it was not entirely his fault. Wallace was targeted a career high 142 times but only brought in 73 receptions. If Tannehill's accuracy to this primary target improves, they could both be fantasy stars in 2014.
Lazor seems intent on installing Chip Kelly's up-tempo offense in Miami, which was evidently more of an athletic commitment than Knowshon Moreno was expecting in OTAs. As a result, Lamar Miller has taken nearly all of the snaps with Lazor's first team offense. Stay tuned to Dolphins camp to see if Moreno's playing shape improves, or it may be Miller starting in the backfield.