MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) -- Ryan Tannehill threw for 145 yards in less than a half despite working behind a makeshift offensive line, and the Miami Dolphins beat the Atlanta Falcons 13-9 in an exhibition game Saturday night.

While Tannehill wasn't touched, counterpart Matt Ryan was sacked three times in four series.

Miami center Mike Pouncey left in the first half because of a knee injury, leaving the Dolphins (1-2) with only two starting offensive linemen at their regular positions. Pouncey limped to the locker room shortly before halftime and didn't return.

Tannehill went 15 for 19 for 145 yards and a touchdown before leaving shortly before halftime with Miami leading 7-3. His scoring pass covered 2 yards to Rishard Matthews.

In three exhibition games, Tannehill is 33 for 41 for 303 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions.

The Falcons (1-2) ran 15 plays against Miami's first-team defense, netting 33 yards passing and minus-1 rushing. Ryan had a perfect 158.3 passer rating in each of the first two games, but against Miami he settled for 3 for 7 for 49 yards, including a 28-yard completion to Leonard Hankerson.

T.J. Yates, battling for the backup job behind Ryan, went 18 for 28 for 187 yards. Atlanta's Tevin Coleman, who started after missing the first two games with a hamstring injury, started and carried four times for 2 yards.

Dolphins kick returner LaMichael James departed with a chest injury, and reserve cornerback Zack Bowman left with a thigh injury.

Falcons backup tight end Tony Moeaki was sidelined with a thigh injury, and backup tackle Tyler Polumbus hurt his knee.