Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin has been around two of the best quarterbacks in the last 20 years, namely Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers. But Coach Philbin doesn’t believe even the best quarterback can “take over a game.”
Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin was brought in to resurrect a dormant offense that hasn’t been dominating since Dan Marino was under center. With five games left in the current season, Philbin has yet to do anything to inspire confidence among fans.
Getting sacked has been one of the biggest issues facing the Miami Dolphins offense this season. The same terminology may soon be applied to the coaching staff and general manager in the wake of the harassment scandal that has enveloped the team.
The mess that is the Miami Dolphins organization continued to deteriorate Monday, despite owner Stephen Ross speaking for the first time on the matter and announcing a new committee to look at the state of the team.
Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin will be one of the key figures in the upcoming NFL investigation of the team and the locker room culture, but he’s not saying if he’s fearful for his job.
Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin met the media on Monday and finally addressed the ongoing Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito situation.
The Miami Dolphins pass blocking has been the focus of much consternation all season long. Monday night’s game won’t do anything to quell much of that talk.
Coaches want you to believe that every opponent is the same, that every game is the same, that every win is the same. It’s a nice act, but Miami coach Joe Philbin knows that wasn’t the case last Sunday, when his Dolphins beat the Falcons 27-23 to improve to 3-0.
The Miami Dolphins finished off the Indianapolis Colts in a fitting fashion for a team built to rush the quarterback, by sacking Andrew Luck on fourth down.
The Dolphins kicking job had been manned by Dan Carpenter for the last few years, but when the team drafted Caleb Sturgis, the veteran wasn’t long for the job. It didn’t help Carpenter’s cause that he was owed more than $3 million this season. Sturgis beat out Carpenter and was the only place-kicker in training camp Thursday, but he wasn’t about to gloat.