Kelly: Dolphins need to avoid returning to a state of dysfunction

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Re: Kelly: Dolphins need to avoid returning to a state of dysfunction

Post by DolFan 316 on Thu Apr 05, 2018 3:26 pm

And of course, rookie QBs as a whole are playing better than ever. Of course.

http://www.footballperspective.com/why-are-more-rookie-qbs-playing-at-high-levels/#more-37593

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Re: Kelly: Dolphins need to avoid returning to a state of dysfunction

Post by JMP on Fri Apr 06, 2018 9:00 am

The state of dysfunction starts with the coach. Read this bullshit from Gase:

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000925310/article/adam-gase-dolphins-loss-to-bills-triggered-overhaul

On Thursday, coach Adam Gase gave some insight on the team's overhaul, pointing to loafing in a Week 15 loss to the Buffalo Bills as an impetus. The defeat started a three-game losing streak to close the season.

"That game at Buffalo just seemed like a 20-hour game," Gase said on WQAM-AM, via Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post. "I was just waiting for us to turn the corner and really get going and nothing was working for us. There was no swagger, no attitude, and it was disappointing to see. It wasn't everybody. You turn on that tape, there are guys that stand out noticeably as far as their effort and their play that was extremely high, and they were giving everything they had. We just did not have enough guys doing that.

"That's why we felt like we needed to change some things around."

While statistically the Miami stars played well that day -- Landry: 10 catches, 99 yards; Suh: 7 tackles, 3.5 for loss; Kenyan Drake: 16 rushes, 78 yards, TD -- the Dolphins got behind 21-6 at halftime and barely made it a game late, eventually falling 24-16. Jay Cutler's wayward ball security epitomized that game. The former Dolphins QB fumbled four times (Miami miraculously recovered each) and tossed three interceptions.

The team was "lazy", so you dump really the only two guys (Landry and Suh) that actually produced...and you think that will lead to improvement??? Really???

Want to know why that Bills game sucked? The answer is right in the article: "Jay Cutler's wayward ball security epitomized that game. The former Dolphins QB fumbled four times (Miami miraculously recovered each) and tossed three interceptions." That's right - Gase's handpicked savior SUCKED. But let's blame our best players instead. We all saw how trading Ajayi worked out: we went 2-7 without him. I doubt dumping Suh and Landry will get this team any closer to the Patriots.

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