> the ravens played backups all game. not much to
> read from this one.
> The field was wet when the ball was hiked to RT
> who mishandled it on the first offensive play for
> the Dolphins. Ugh, I thought. Wet...it's wet in
> Florida, we're not playing in Arizona. Tannehill
> has to do better than that to get any team
> momentum. Not a good start even in a pre-season
> scrimmage game where...Ravens played 2nd and 3rd
> stringers (hopefuls) all game.
> I'm going to stick with my opinion on Dolphins'
> subpar coaching and instruction as to why the team
> isn't going to do well again this year. Unless
> Gase is hiding the ball from everyone, I don't see
> 6 wins.
I agree Colonel. Hard to imagine 6 wins given the huge holes at DT and linebacker and an inept defensive coordinator charged with finding a way to scheme around these deficiencies. Offensively, with the exception of Drake who, if he can carry the load for 16 games, has the potential to be an explosive player, there isn't much in the way of dynamic play-makers. Again, I haven't been very impressed with Gase's play calling. Certainly not the offensive genius that was sold to the fans when he was hired. I have to echo an earlier comment that Gase owes his fortunes to Peyton Manning. Unless someone of Manning's talent falls into our laps (not going to happen), Gase will likely become the latest Dolphins head coach to be fired. Maybe not this year, but eventually. I'll admit he hasn't been helped by the piss poor drafting and free agency moves made by Grier and Tannenbaum but that's another story entirely.