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  • Coach Philbin

    He reminds me of Assistant Coach Luther Van Dam on "Coach"

  • #2
    I have lost all confidence in him and his staff. I'm just hoping when we go into the bye at 1-3 Mr. Ross cuts bait then. Might as well start the rebuild as soon as possible.

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    • #3
      Even though he does NOT deserve the position, I can see Lazor getting a promotion to interim head coach. IF this happens it won't be Ross who makes this move, he doesn't have the balls. It will be Tannenbaum. JMO

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      • #4
        its funny that you put two words together that don't belong. Coach Philbin...see? doesn't work.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by DolphinsFreak View Post
          Even though he does NOT deserve the position, I can see Lazor getting a promotion to interim head coach. IF this happens it won't be Ross who makes this move, he doesn't have the balls. It will be Tannenbaum. JMO
          The way our luck has gone Ross will fire Philbin and promote Coyle.
          While it takes two to have an argument, it only takes one to walk away.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Dolfan1 View Post
            The way our luck has gone Ross will fire Philbin and promote Coyle.
            Aha......If that happened I could see Ross having an "accident" sometime in the near future causing him to have to sell the team.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by DolphinsFreak View Post

              Aha......If that happened I could see Ross having an "accident" sometime in the near future causing him to have to sell the team.
              I wish he would sell the team. We need an owner with a Football mind. Not like Jerry Jones but someone who understands how to put a team together, top to bottom. His heart may be in the right place but he has no Football sense.
              While it takes two to have an argument, it only takes one to walk away.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Dolfan1 View Post
                I wish he would sell the team. We need an owner with a Football mind. Not like Jerry Jones but someone who understands how to put a team together, top to bottom. His heart may be in the right place but he has no Football sense.
                I think we may be FU**ED because it does appear that as long as Ross owns this team we will never see the Dolphins in another Super Bowl. Ross gave the power to Tannebaum because Ross knows that he doesn't have a backbone so he will have Tannenbaum do his dirty work for him. But, what if Tannenbaum is the problem? This team needs a total housecleaning and I am not sure that we will get a quality coach because most "quality coaches" want to run the show, not have a GM and VP calling the shots. I like what Hickey has done and Hickey and Tannenbaum together have done well too, with the exception of not addressing the offensive line in free agency, the draft and then ignoring Mathis. So, it appears we will have another "partial" housecleaning with Philbin and Co. being fired and then a coaching search will begin with the cavet that the coach they are looking for has to agree to having two bosses who are going to be in charge of picking the players they are getting paid to coach. Who is going to take that job? It's probably going to be a college coach who wants his first shot in the NFL, not an established NFL caliber coach. David Shaw might be that guy.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by DolphinsFreak View Post

                  I think we may be FU**ED because it does appear that as long as Ross owns this team we will never see the Dolphins in another Super Bowl. Ross gave the power to Tannebaum because Ross knows that he doesn't have a backbone so he will have Tannenbaum do his dirty work for him. But, what if Tannenbaum is the problem? This team needs a total housecleaning and I am not sure that we will get a quality coach because most "quality coaches" want to run the show, not have a GM and VP calling the shots. I like what Hickey has done and Hickey and Tannenbaum together have done well too, with the exception of not addressing the offensive line in free agency, the draft and then ignoring Mathis. So, it appears we will have another "partial" housecleaning with Philbin and Co. being fired and then a coaching search will begin with the cavet that the coach they are looking for has to agree to having two bosses who are going to be in charge of picking the players they are getting paid to coach. Who is going to take that job? It's probably going to be a college coach who wants his first shot in the NFL, not an established NFL caliber coach. David Shaw might be that guy.
                  Looking at the last two drafts, I'm not sure I want a "Total" Cleaning. I like what they have done in the last two drafts so I'd like to keep Hickey and if Tannenbaum had his say in this draft then I kinda like what he did as well. Not sure I'd support Mangini if that rumor is accurate but perhaps Hickey would have someone in mind that I could get behind.
                  While it takes two to have an argument, it only takes one to walk away.

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                  • #10
                    If there is a housecleaning I believe it will be done by Tannenbaum and he was involved in the draft. There were rumors that Hickey wanted a running back, more than likely Ameer Abdullah, but Tannenbaum trumped him with his decision to draft Jordan Phillips. Some may say that Tannenbaum "suggested" that they take Phillips but in my opinion since Tannenbaum is Hickey's boss if he did "suggest" a player, you take that player. So far it looks like a good pick but if it was Abdullah, as of right now they both look like they had good choices which doesn't happen often for the Dolphins in round two.

                    I do NOT want Mangini or McDaniels. I will sell or burn my gear if they hire either of these two idiots.

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                    • #11
                      At this point I don't give a damn who they bring in as coach as long as they have a little bit of fire in their belly and aren't set on playing their system. I want a coach that will change up his system based on the skills of his players. God I hate Bellichick, but he is one of if not the best coach EVER. The man studies the opponents and designs a games plan based on their weakness and his strength. Perfect example was last year. He used Gray against the Colts and ran for over 200 yards, the next week Brady threw the ball 50 times, and they won both games. Don't get me wrong, it helps to have Brady but he did it with Cassell as well and where is Cassell now? If McDaniels has learned his lession and matured in his second stint with NE I would be fine with him. I am also not opposed to Mangini as listening to him talk the last couple of years he seems to have matured.

                      Kyle Shanahan might be my top choice at this point as he has shown the ability to change his system based on his talent. But I do think with Tannehill he could run much of his and his dad's system. Don't count him out as Tannebaum and Shanahan have a history as well.

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