While most of the focus for the Miami Dolphins has been on free agent quarterback Peyton Manning; a player who just became a free agent Monday could be the answer to a long festering problem for the Dolphins.
Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland has had his fair share of problems during his brief reign here; but now, he’s squatting on the rights to a player who will not be suiting up for the Miami Dolphins this season.
Kyle Orton has gone from being the potential franchise savior in Denver to becoming a free agent in the span of just ten weeks in the NFL.
Hoping to win their first game of the season, the Miami Dolphins instead let themselves be dominated by the Houston Texans, with a disastrous turnover, repeated failures to convert in the red zone, in-explicable missteps by usually reliable kicker Dan Carpenter, and Chad Henne having pass after pass batted down by the Houston offense. The Texans handed Miami their ten-gallon hat, 23-13.
Comments from the post-game news conference, following the Dolphins loss to the Texans at Sun Life stadium, dropping their record to 0-2. This is the 5th time in 6 years the ‘Fins have started the season 0-2