I hate to say it, but it's time for a regime change with the Miami Dolphins.
The Bill Parcells experiment just isn't working.
Need more time you say? No, no, no.
Almost three years in and the offense is getting worse not better. Running backs without breakaway speed, a porous offensive line, average tight end play, lack of a speedy receiver and inconsistent QB play.
Remember Dave, it's no sin to punt, Wannstedt? Now we have Tony, I play for field goals, Sparano.
Back on November 19th I wrote that you might as well start looking forward to the draft. It was true then and remains true now.
I really wanted this front office to succeed. I bleed aqua and orange. But all this group has succeeded in doing is making the Fins bigger and slower.
Plodding, moribund, lethargic. Pick your adjective. They all aptly describe the offensive mess that Miami has created on offense.
You can't win in the NFL depending on Dan Carpenter's leg every week.
As a fan you can't depend on these Miami Dolphins.
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