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With Jay Ajayi out, Dolphins' rushing attack underwhelms vs. Falcons

Damien Williams took the handoff, cut to the right and burst through two Atlanta Falcons defenders for a 10-yard gain in the first quarter.

If there was one thing Miami’s offense wanted to establish in its victory during its Preseason opener, playing without two of the five quarterbacks on its roster, it was its depth at running back.

On the game’s second kickoff, Johnson caught the ball in the end zone, cut to the right and returned the kick 44-yards to Miami’s 40-yard line.

And on the tackling unit during a kickoff in the fourth quarter, Johnson recovered a fumble caused by defensive back Torry McTyer.

But Miami knows it needs Ajayi back healthy if it wants to be able to consistently rely on its rushing attack.

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