The offense can work.

That's one of the major takeaways from the Dolphins' 20-14 victory Saturday at Raymond James Stadium.

Regardless of whether starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill was in the game or it was backup quarterback Matt Moore, the new system of spreading the field, getting the ball out of the quarterback's hand quickly and into the hands of the playmakers seems to work.

That doesn't mean everything is good offensively. The offensive line still needs work and the running game remains almost invisible. But the offensive scheme seems to work.

Tannehill (9-for-14 passing, 110 yards, no touchdowns, no interceptions) and Moore (10-for-14 passing for 107 yards, one touchdown, no interceptions) both seemed comfortable in coordinator Bill Lazor's system. Tannehill, who played three possessions, completed passes to seven receivers; Moore, who took over in the second quarter, led the Dolphins to two touchdowns and a field goal. His first touchdown was a smartly-thrown fade pass to wide receiver Rishard Matthews, who did an admirable job to get both feet inbounds.