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  • Phans Biggest Disappointments This Year?

    For me, the effort given to start the year by players, especially in the home opener, tops the list. There was no excuse for it, coaches or no coaches.

    Tannehill has not played well, and has not taken the step forward we all expected, and I blame him, not Lazor.

    Albert was a shell of himself to start the season. Fox would have been better, as I get sick for typing this.

    Wake was hurting to start the year and then lost. When healthy he was as much or more than we expected.

    Suh did not fit in to start. Took a while but is now what was expected.

    Cameron has done little, forced to block which he cannot do.

    Still was hurt but, now is looking closer to what most thought.

    Delmas injury was a huge problem. He was the QB, glue, and cheerleader of our secondary.

    OV did little of nothing to start but, recently even with Wake out has been playing very well. Tie into Suh's play.

    Grimes has been OK but, not what was hoped for.

    Taylor has done little to prove he belongs.

    Sims injury hurt our O a bunch.

    I can go on but, that's about half the starters who have disappointed. Most have reasons, and it has little to do with coaching.

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    Originally posted by So Be View Post
    For me, the effort given to start the year by players, especially in the home opener, tops the list. There was no excuse for it, coaches or no coaches.

    Tannehill has not played well, and has not taken the step forward we all expected, and I blame him, not Lazor.

    Albert was a shell of himself to start the season. Fox would have been better, as I get sick for typing this.

    Wake was hurting to start the year and then lost. When healthy he was as much or more than we expected.

    Suh did not fit in to start. Took a while but is now what was expected.

    Cameron has done little, forced to block which he cannot do.

    Still was hurt but, now is looking closer to what most thought.

    Delmas injury was a huge problem. He was the QB, glue, and cheerleader of our secondary.

    OV did little of nothing to start but, recently even with Wake out has been playing very well. Tie into Suh's play.

    Grimes has been OK but, not what was hoped for.

    Taylor has done little to prove he belongs.

    Sims injury hurt our O a bunch.

    I can go on but, that's about half the starters who have disappointed. Most have reasons, and it has little to do with coaching.
    Losing to Jacksonville then not being competitive against the Bills in the home opener and the Jets in London. Those 3 losses really put us behind the 8 ball right out of the gate since you can't afford to lose one of the easiest games on your schedule and then lose 2 divisional home games to teams you are competing with for a wildcard spot in blowout style was devastating and that ultimately cost Philbin his job.

    Tannehill has been a huge disappointment. I really thought he was going to take his game to the next level after what he did last year. He actually looks like he has regressed.

    Cameron has been a huge disappointment also since I thought he would help Tannehill a lot but he has been a non factor.

    Taylor has been another disappointment since I thought this was his time now to take over opposite Grimes.

    Our LB's I know that was a weakness but they have been worse than I thought they would be.

    Suh He has played better in recent weeks but he has not made the kind of impact I was hoping for.

    Wake losing him has really hurt. When he got healthy he was a beast.

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    • #3
      Actually Philbin's crappy coaching ultimately cost him his job & one of my biggest disappointments was that he wasn't fired a helluva lot sooner! A HUGE disappointment has to be that we're 2 games away from going winless in our own division & to me anyway, perhaps the biggest disappointment is that i had such high hopes going into the season; actually believed we would contend for the division title and i definitely thought we'd make the playoffs - Sadly the truth is, this is one of the worst Fins seasons we've had in quite some time!

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      • #4
        in other words the whole freaking team

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        • #5
          I have to respectfully disagree with my friend So Be regarding Fox being a better choice for anything...period. It hurts to say this about my Cane brother Fox, but he couldn't stop my mother-law from sacking Tanny.
          Worse, he's not all that great in the run game. if you recall, it was the cut blocks to the defense that helped the redskins make a game out of it. In the J-Ville game, it was again the defense (not Albert) that made Bortles look like Brady.
          SpBe, I would be remiss in not pointing out that the FO really screwed the pooch, not signing Mathis, not finding another CB/safety after Delmas injury, and not getting the Fins a REAL middle LB in the draft, drafting Douglas instead. This will go down as a VERY bad draft (Tannenbaum caused?), especially if Parker is less than advertised due to his prior injury.
          Last edited by IMAWriter; 11-28-2015, 04:07 PM. Reason: Couldn't for could

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          • #6
            I would also be remiss if not pointing out the comment regarding Cameron. SO(BE) correct. The Fins sign one of the top 3 TE's in the game, and use HIM as a blocker? Sims injury perhaps influenced this, but why not sign a FA blocking tight end, instead of a series of FA that are cut weekly, resigned, cut, etc

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            • cuchulainn
              cuchulainn commented
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              No choice but use Cameron to help the OL. They struggle in pass and run blocking one on one.

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