Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by SCLSU Mud Dogs, Aug 7, 2019.
Some interesting nuggets in there. My favorite was where he said he believed when both healthy Kilgore is just as good as pouncey.
Good stuff there. My continued hope is far better coaching.
Maybe that is why he is a "former member."
Data supports Kilgore being about as good as Pouncey.
I was thinking the same thing. If McMillan turns out to be just a 2 down LB, I'll be disappointed. I thought he was dynamic in College, seem Baker is surpassing him already, even though technically it's year 2 for the both of them.
"He said Gase’s offensive nuances at times were too much for wide receiver DeVante Parker to execute consistently, making Gase frustrated. He said Gase “really liked Isaiah Ford because of his intelligence. He’s not overly fast or physical. He’ll flash. He’s almost good enough.”
Never thought intelligent was an issue with Parker. that's a very damming statement, especially in today's NFL and in this offense, since it ask you to adjust a lot based on what the D is running.
My thought too.
Pouncey was one of the leagues best, before his 2 hip surgeries and that who he seems to compare Kilgore to.
Love the nugget about the TE position.
Thanks for posting, nice little read
Apparently Parker wasn’t the only one who didn’t appreciate Gase’s nuances
I think if Parker is given room to be himself, while also being pushed to be the best version of himself, he can thrive. Something tells me some players had an issue with Gase's authoritative attitude.
according to Gase and his staff we would win the super bowl if him and Sitton stayed healthy.
If I remember correctly that was also one of the knocks on Jarvis Landry when we didn't resign him