Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by montequi, Oct 10, 2017.
no he decided to take his money and opt out of that crap hole situation the bills franchise was in.
will gase survive this year? of course he will, tannehill being hurt will guarantee it...
theres no way in my mind that i can believe this offense would be so inept with tannehill at the helm...i think everyone in the organization knows it too...
agreed. Fans need to chill a little bit
I agree but Cutler is 100% his idea. That's a 10 million dollar indictment so far. Playing Moore was his easy mulligan in my opinion. Still I think he survives unless it come out that his and Foerster Party together or something.
When we had the Igcognito/Martin thing going, the national spotlight was on the Dolphins. If there was ever pressure for someone to leave the Dolphins during the season, it was on Philbin then. This is nothing. We're a 2-2 team -- albeit an uninteresting and fortunate to be 2-2 one -- and likely at the end of the year Gase will be basically a head coach who is a game under to a game over .500. I've been critical of the training wheels offense we have, but there is no way he isn''t coaching at the end of the year.
Yeah, but it should be mentioned that both Phillip Rivers and Matt Cassel are better quarterbacks at this point than Jay Cutler.
Lol, which is why Cutler shouldn’t be on the field. Cassel looked better lmao!
The dolphins are 2-2.
Their starting QB goes down before the season starts, and their projecting starting LB also goes down along with one of their top corners...
They are doing WELL, some folks will just never have any perspective on these things.
Let me remind you, the Pats also have lost two games and almost lost 3.
If they continue to improve, there is no reason why they won't get into the playoffs.
Look at the records of the AFC teams right now.