Dolphins head coach Adam Gase frustrated with 'sleepwalking' offense

Miami defense dominates Saturday's scrimmage

Ndamukong Suh stands on the sidelines after the defense dominated Saturday night's scrimmage at Dolphins camp.

DAVIE, Fla. – The last time bad weather forced Dolphins practice inside, head coach Adam Gase was happy with how his team responded.

When the same conditions forced the team in their practice bubble on Saturday, Gase was still happy with one side of the ball.

The other left him fuming.

"This (practice), the defense went to another level," Gase said. "They took it even more than what they did last time. And then offensively, there was just no juice whatsoever. It was almost just like a walkthrough.”

Gase said he was "irritated" because of how few times the team gets to practice at all, let alone in full pads.

He wants his team taking advantage of every opportunity.

"You get to practice one time a day and you get a limited amount of practices and how many times you get to be in pads," Gase said. "I think it’s like 22 (padded practices) for the whole year. To not take advantage of that, that’s bothersome.”

On the positive side for the Dolphins, defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was back on the field after missing Friday with an injury.

Meanwhile, running back Jay Ajayi ran with the offense for a second straight practice after missing some time with a bone bruise in his knee.