Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Dolphins' picks: Round 2/42 - Jonathan Martin, OT, 6-5, 312, Stanford...The Dolphins hoped to fortify the offensive line in this draft and took this three-year starter at left tackle in the second round to do so. The Dolphins will ask him to move to the right side, where he'll compete with Lydon Murtha for the starting right tackle spot. - The Sports Xchange
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10/22/13 - LT Jonathan Martin had a good game Sunday. He didn't allow any sacks, which is particularly impressive considering he was one-on-one with Buffalo's Mario Williams a few times.
10/01/13 - LT Jonathan Martin has allowed four sacks and eight quarterback hits and seems to struggle at times. Overall, he has been OK, but clearly allowing four sacks in four games points to pass blocking issues.
12/21/12 - LT Jonathan Martin did not allow a sack last week in his second start at left tackle after allowing one his first game.
12/10/12 - OT Jonathan Martin allowed one sack to Aldon Smith and was called for one false start penalty in his debut at left tackle.
12/06/12 - RT Jonathan Martin is now the starting left tackle with Jake Long out for the season.
12/05/12 - OT Jonathan Martin will get his first start at left tackle and Nate Garner his first start at right tackle, as the Dolphins try to replace injured LT Jake Long.
11/19/12 - RT Jonathan Martin allowed his fourth sack of the season against the Bills. Martin leads the Dolphins' offensive linemen in sacks allowed.
08/19/12 - RT Jonathan Martin has been the team's starting right tackle since training camp began. The Dolphins are fully invested in the growth and development of the 2012 second-round pick.
Problem is, he's struggling tremendously, and there's no way to hide it. Martin allowed two sacks against the Panthers. He was also penalized for holding and a false start. He presently leads the offensive line in penalties, most of which are false starts.
"Everyone can tell it wasn't my best performance," Martin said. "There are little things I've got to correct. I give the Carolina defenders a lot of credit, but I was beating myself out there."
Martin said the Panthers rotated defensive linemen on him consistently, and those players mixed up their pass rushing technique. That approach kept him guessing.
"He wasn't God awful. Wasn't like he got beat right off the bat," head coach Joe Philbin said, describing one of the sacks Martin allowed.
"He had a bad holding call. A really bad holding call, and I thought he maybe could have got called for another one later."
So what was the lesson learned from the second preseason game?
"Stick to your basics, your technique," said Martin, who started three years at left tackle for the Stanford Cardinals.
Martin's intelligence was one of the reasons the Dolphins valued him enough to prevent Lydon Murtha, Artis Hicks or Nate Garner from competing with him for the starting right tackle spot. But if his struggled continue, it might be time to experiment with a replacement.
08/05/12 - OT Jonathan Martin, the team's second-round pick, spent his second week as the Dolphins' starting right tackle. The Dolphins are allowing this Stanford left tackle to settle into the new spot, becoming more comfortable on the right side.
05/29/12 - OT Jonathan martin was signed by the Dolphins. Martin was Miami's second round selection (42nd overall) in the 2012 NFL Draft out of Stanford University. A three-year starter for the Cardinal, Martin played in 39 career games with 37 starts. He earned first-team All-American honors and was a finalist for the Lombardi Award, given to the nation's outstanding lineman in 2011. Born August 19, 1989, Martin attended Harvard-Westlake School in North Hollywood, California, where he helped lead the team to an 8-4 record and a second round berth in the Southern Section/Del Ray League playoffs as a senior.