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    I watched the game again last night, after the Eagles game and wondered why Lazor isn't using more of the same plays and schemes from Chip Kelly. I really love the idea of 4 WR sets with this team. There isn't a defense in the league that can run with all of these guys on a continual basis. The quick, 5-10 yard pass plays are prefect for this team and YAC's we can get. Moving Cameron around to create mismatches is also something that needs to be done more. Add in what the Eagles did with quick outside running plays, and this Miami offense can be scary good if the Lazor gets more creative. I know he has the smarts, now let's see it.

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    Is it Lazor or Philbin? That is the question...

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    • #3
      Lazor should have total control. At least that's what I heard and the reason he took the job.
      The deeper the roots, the higher the reach.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by TrueFinFan View Post
        I watched the game again last night, after the Eagles game and wondered why Lazor isn't using more of the same plays and schemes from Chip Kelly. I really love the idea of 4 WR sets with this team. There isn't a defense in the league that can run with all of these guys on a continual basis. The quick, 5-10 yard pass plays are prefect for this team and YAC's we can get. Moving Cameron around to create mismatches is also something that needs to be done more. Add in what the Eagles did with quick outside running plays, and this Miami offense can be scary good if the Lazor gets more creative. I know he has the smarts, now let's see it.

        Once again, a fan sees more than our coaching staff.....

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        • #5
          I honestly don't believe Lazor trusts Tannehill to be able to handle the pressure(even if it's only imagined) to not panic, take sacks, and force throws into easy picks. Seriously, watch the three toed sloth, Brady, in the pocket and then watch the exceptionally gifted athlete, Tannehill, and tell me who's the more mobile QB. It's not even close, sadly to say for us. I don't want to use the words scared, stupid, apathetic or lazy but there are certainly times when those words come to mind. Whatever the problem is, Tannehill and Lazor need to start pushing each other to get the most out of this talent. Tannehill is far from good enough as is Lazor. It is unacceptable.

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          • TrueFinFan
            TrueFinFan commented
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            I'm not sure what to make of Tannehill yet, and that's probably your point. He has the arm strength and athletic ability, but he still stares down his primary on every pass, and seems to tighten up when guys are open. It's a confidence thing and I'm not sure he has it. He clearly has developed from his rookie year, but he may never develop into the top tier QB

          • London Fish & Chips
            London Fish & Chips commented
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            Just remember, RT is playing behind the worse OL in the league, hard to ask him to be comfortable behind those lugs....

            Pouncey is average at best, but looks like a great player compared to the rest of the OL, hopefully Fat Albert can come back strong, DT looked like he should be starting in the MFL, Mexican Football League.....

        • #6
          Originally posted by TrueFinFan View Post
          I watched the game again last night, after the Eagles game and wondered why Lazor isn't using more of the same plays and schemes from Chip Kelly. I really love the idea of 4 WR sets with this team. There isn't a defense in the league that can run with all of these guys on a continual basis. The quick, 5-10 yard pass plays are prefect for this team and YAC's we can get. Moving Cameron around to create mismatches is also something that needs to be done more. Add in what the Eagles did with quick outside running plays, and this Miami offense can be scary good if the Lazor gets more creative. I know he has the smarts, now let's see it.
          I agree with you. As Nole stated, or asked, who's fault is it Lazor's or Philbin's? I don't know the answer to that question. What I do know is this, I think most fans think of the three main coaches, Philbin, Lazor and Coyle as more like Moe,, Larry and Curley. NONE of these coaches seems to know how to use the talent that they have. I agree with KellBail that Tannehill is more mobile than Brady but we wouldn't know that by watching him play. What isn't Tannehill and/or this coaching staff using Tannehill's STRENGTHS to improve his quarterback play? Why isn't he using his mobility to extend plays and allow receivers to get more open? Is it because ALL the plays are designed to be completed within three steps? These coaches are holding Tannehill back. (Someone PLEASE teach him what ARC means while you're at it)

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          • #7
            Originally posted by kelbail21 View Post
            I honestly don't believe Lazor trusts Tannehill to be able to handle the pressure(even if it's only imagined) to not panic, take sacks, and force throws into easy picks. Seriously, watch the three toed sloth, Brady, in the pocket and then watch the exceptionally gifted athlete, Tannehill, and tell me who's the more mobile QB. It's not even close, sadly to say for us. I don't want to use the words scared, stupid, apathetic or lazy but there are certainly times when those words come to mind. Whatever the problem is, Tannehill and Lazor need to start pushing each other to get the most out of this talent. Tannehill is far from good enough as is Lazor. It is unacceptable.

            I think its the combination of things that seem to occur at the same time... Poor play calling, especially in the RZ, poor OL play that was downright shatty at inopportune times, and then very poor QB play from a guy who can play at a much higher level when in rhythm. If Tannehill played a little bit better, we win that game by multiple TDs in the blowout most of us were expecting, which would have been a solid and satisfying win on the road no matter who you're facing. It's a make or miss league, just like basketball, and Tannehill missed some throws he shouldn't have. 9 times out of 10 he hits that pass to Sims easily as we've seen him do it. Same with the other roll out to Stills. He missed those passes and knows it, but his history is that he'll have a lot of games where he makes those plays.

            Don't agree with the words you didn't want to use. I think they've tweaked his mechanics so much that he forgot how to do some of the things he usually is very good at with the roll outs. All in all though, look at a lot of the other QBs from this weekend. He was on par with many guys who also normally play better.

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            • #8
              Im not sure I would want an offense like the eagles it puts the defense back on the field to quick a worn down defense will give up the play that will kill you,I do like a up tempo but the eagles are crazy up tempo

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