Dolphin players have faith in offense

Dolphin players have faith in offense

There are 8 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Oct 4, 2006, titled Dolphin players have faith in offense. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

DAVIE Despite a 1-3 start, mostly due to an impotent offense, tight end Randy McMichael doesn't believe this season will unravel like it did in 2004 under former coach Dave Wannstedt.

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rjsurrency

United States

#1 Oct 4, 2006
Just WIN BABY one game at a time
Lui sPorta

Long Beach, CA

#2 Oct 4, 2006
Please Dolphins: please Step up and dont let this sewason go to waste.
Luis Porta

Long Beach, CA

#3 Oct 4, 2006
Hopefully we have a Chance for the play-offs
azz

Warrenville, IL

#4 Oct 5, 2006
Man, I hope they get on track this week. I was so looking forward to football season. I hate the idea that it is lost already...
markl5

Chesterfield, MO

#5 Oct 5, 2006
The offensive line must be healthy enough to establish the run. Everything else works off of that.
The line is patchwork due to injuries and not cohiesive.

The defensive side is doing yoman work, but they are on the field toooo long and would not be giving up more than 17 pts a game if that were not the case.
All we need out of this offense is 21 pts per game to get back on track.
Larry from Colorado

Colorado Springs, CO

#6 Oct 5, 2006
rjsurrency wrote:
Just WIN BABY one game at a time
I agree with you. Forget playoffs, forget Superbowl predictions, forget the awful 1-3 start...just win one game at a time and see where everyone stands after 16 games.
Charles Browning

Delray Beach, FL

#7 Oct 5, 2006
This is what happens when the last three coaches have ignored the offensive line.

Who have they drafted? Why have all the "name" free agent offensive line players run when the Dolphins try to talk to them?

When the head coach doesn't care (JJ) or is clueless (DW) or is defensive minded with little or no offensive expertise (NS) why is this a surprise?

With the same clowns year after year on the offensive line why would anyone expect different results? They couldn't block in 2003, 2004, 2005, and now in 2006. Maybe it's not the coaching. Maybe its not the offensive scheme. After this much time it is defintely the low caliber, third rate, unable to land a job in the AFL group of players that have proven they can not compete in the NFL. Name one team that would take any of these clowns as their waterboy?

The Dolphin organization is to blame for not atempting to get quality offensive linemen. It's hard to blame the incompetent, unskilled, and brain dead for being on the team. It is time to just recruit from the stands each game. They could not do any worse.
MOJO

Chester, VA

#8 Oct 5, 2006
The Dolphins need to be more comitted to the run. You can't pass the ball 39 times and only run 14 times, and expect to win.Ronnie Brown needs to step up and show that he can be an elite back on his own and not just be good with another back.The offensive line is the same 1,500 pounds of manure it was last year.If Culpepper would have been pulled in the third quarter against Buffalo,maybe the season could have been saved.Anybody can plainly see Dante is still laboring with that bad knee.

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