The Miami Dolphins have yet to make a hire for either an offensive coordinator or a general manager, but finding a quality offensive coordinator may be the toughest challenge facing the Fins in the offseason.
After Monday’s firing of offensive coordinator Mike Sherman, the Miami Dolphins are in need of a new coach to lead the team’s offense and there are several intriguing options available to head coach Joe Philbin.
The Miami Dolphins scored a total of seven points over the two most crucial games of the season last year and now, the axe has swung on the coaching staff.
If the Miami Dolphins decide to make a change with the team’s offensive coordinator, a potential home-run hire just became available with ties to South Florida.
Ryan Tannehill passed for 272 yards and a touchdown, leading the Miami Dolphins to a season-opening 23-10 win Sunday over the Cleveland Browns, who fell to 1-14 in Week 1 since 1999.
Following a busy offseason that included the addition of a game-breaking receiver, the Miami Dolphins are looking to end their playoff drought with a breakout year from Ryan Tannehill.
When Miami Dolphins fans look across the field on Sunday, they’ll see a face all too familiar to South Florida football fans facing off with Fins head coach Joe Philbin.
The Miami Dolphins open the 2013 NFL season on the road, as they travel to newly named FirstEnergy Stadium hoping to spoil Rob Chudzinski’s Cleveland Browns head-coaching debut.
Now that Jeff Fisher has told the Miami Dolphins thanks, but no thanks; the Fins must recover quickly and decide on whom plans b, c, or d may be.
The Miami Dolphins now must move towards hiring a new offensive coordinator to breathe new life into a vanilla Dolphins offense.