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    "Tuesday’s Pro Football Talk on NBCSN, a daily 30-minute tour of the NFL with a trio of Rodney Harrison, Paul Burmeister, and yours Mike Florio, looks at two separate quartets of coaches entering the 2015 season and asks one simple question: Which one is under the most pressure for 2015?"

    The top names were Joe Philbin 42%, Jay Gruden 40%, Tom Coughlin 10% and Chip Kelly 8 %.

    What do you guys think??

    What does Philbin have to do to keep his job? Is it playoffs or bust for him or do you think he can win 8-9 games and still be safe?

    Your thoughts?

  • #2
    As far as I'm concerned anything less then Playoffs is a failure. There is a really good vibe this year. I want to see them make it to at least the divisional game. For me that would be a successful year. If they go 10-6 and make the playoffs I would be willing to give this staff one more year. No playoffs.... NEXT!

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    • #3
      Playoffs period as far as I'm concerned. I just hope Ross feels the same way.
      While it takes two to have an argument, it only takes one to walk away.

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      • #4
        Its playoffs or bust. Philbin gets fired the moment we are eliminated from the playoff.

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        • #5
          I agree with you guys on this one. I "think" it should be playoffs or "You're Fired" for Philbin and his staff. I also think that Hickey and Tannenbaum should be fired as well but I am not sure Ross has the guts for moves this big. I think Tannenbaum was hired so Ross didn't have to make big firings like this, so how on earth is Ross going to fire Tannenbaum? What if the Dolphins don't make the playoffs and Jordan Phillips is a bust? Will Ross have the guts to do a total house cleaning or will he do his usual WEAK partial house cleaning, which never works?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by DolphinsFreak View Post
            "Tuesday’s Pro Football Talk on NBCSN, a daily 30-minute tour of the NFL with a trio of Rodney Harrison, Paul Burmeister, and yours Mike Florio, looks at two separate quartets of coaches entering the 2015 season and asks one simple question: Which one is under the most pressure for 2015?"

            The top names were Joe Philbin 42%, Jay Gruden 40%, Tom Coughlin 10% and Chip Kelly 8 %.

            What do you guys think??

            What does Philbin have to do to keep his job? Is it playoffs or bust for him or do you think he can win 8-9 games and still be safe?

            Your thoughts?
            Playoffs or bust. Anything less and he should be fired. 4 years is enough time to get to the playoffs especially with the talent we now have.

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            • #7
              Is there any doubt that the dolphins will not make the playoffs ? this team is ready for the next level and coach will be safe

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              • #8
                Philbin is by far the most in danger of getting the Axe. If he takes us deep into the playoffs then I'm on board 1 and done then see ya!
                Last edited by AquaXI; 08-26-2015, 03:53 AM.
                The deeper the roots, the higher the reach.

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                • #9
                  i thought as many that philbin should have been gone at the end of last year.
                  I understand why he wasn't though,because that would have meant a total rebuild and I don't think ross wanted that.
                  as far as I can see is the teams personality in the past has been just like philbins ,no fire ,no fighting heart,lets hope that has changed.
                  philbin has to win and make the playoffs or he's toast.
                  ross wants glory out of his team,IMHO if miami wins and the excitement and buzz comes back to the team you'll see ross's face more around the team as the spotlight get shinned more on the team,this is what ross wants .
                  you can't get that in a loosing or even a 8-8 season or a non playoff season.
                  ross is hoping that the team doesn't need a rebuild and so am I ,but ross has to weight if JP can't get the team winning or a new coach and every thing that comes with that.

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                  • #10
                    Absolutely it's playoffs are bust for Philbin. I understand the team is thin in areas but what team isn't. This team has more than enough talent to be a playoff team and possibly a contender. If Miami just snuck into the playoffs and didn't get a win, I still wouldn't be shocked if Philbin is given walking papers.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Dolfan1 View Post
                      Playoffs period as far as I'm concerned. I just hope Ross feels the same way.
                      Ross CLAIMS that he does, but only time will tell. He's reported to have told the staff to "go into win-now mode"

                      Philbin's been learning "on-the-job" much like our starting QB has done, unfortunately with less-impressive results.
                      While RT has IMPROVED each season, the coaching hasn't...


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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Aquaaiea View Post
                        Philbin is by far the most in danger of getting the Axe. If he takes us deep into the playoffs then I'm on board 1 and done then see ya!
                        I like that! "DEEP into the playoffs" would not only save his job, but prove that he has learned and improved his own skill-set. We need a playoff WIN!

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                        • #13
                          Completely agree with all of you. MUST make the playoffs or Philbin is toast. He also needs a couple of big wins. Especially down the stretch. If we fall apart yet again in the final games and miss the playoffs Philbin will be out.

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                          • #14
                            Coughlin is in the hot seat every year according to analyst. That cracks me up every year and he still never gets fired. I do agree that for Philbin it's playoffs or he's gone. You just can't keep a coach more then 3 years and never make the playoffs and not make a change. Ross would take huge criticism for not firing if they miss the playoffs and would lose a lot of those new season ticket holders from this year with all the hype of big signings. Philbin knows he's on the extreme hot seat this year. It's do or die for him!!

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                            • #15
                              Who is currently available (as of now) if Philbin gets fired or quits? At the end of the season if Miami doesn't make the playoffs? Might as well start looking around now for Philbin's replacement. Not much out there to chose from in my opinion.......

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