Ted Ginn is finally getting what he wants. The sidelines. After 3 seasons of uselessness it appears that the Miami Dolphins have finally had enough. After dropping two passes in the loss to the Saints, the Dolphins apparently are sitting their not so number 1 WR according to a report by ESPN’s Chris Mortenson.
Tony Sparano in his day after presser refused to throw Ginn under any busses but he also stated that what happens on the field often merrits playing time. He followed that with the word that Brian Hartline will see more playing time. Hartline has been sure handed and caught a 67 yard TD pass on Sunday. He has, unlike Ginn, repeatedly made plays when needed. Now, it appears that his time has come.
On Sunday, Ginn missed a pass on the outside on the opening drive of the second half that resulted in not only an interception but a pick-6 as well. On the final drive that could have resulted in a game winning touchdown, Ginn missed a crucial first down toss. While the ball was thrown inside, Ginn clearly dropped it. Two weeks ago against the Jets, fans thought maybe they had seen Ginn turn a corner when he caught a 57 yard touchdown from Chad Henne. Unfortunately it didn’t last.
The question now becomes what will Ginn’s future with the Dolphins be after the season is over?