3. Changes are needed
Someone needs to be held accountable for what is going on in Miami. There is no way that owner Stephen Ross can allow this to continue. The Dolphins are the laughing stock of the NFL, and watching them become this bad has been hard to watch.
The co-offensive coordinator situation is terrible. Miami’s offense is so bad and has no identity whatsoever. Even with Tua Tagovailoa back, this offense lacks creativity and the cohesiveness needed to succeed. One, two, or even all three of the people involved in the play-calling need to be demoted or fired.
Then it poses the question: Should Miami fire Brian Flores?
It feels wild to even ask that right now, but here we are. I think right now, it is 50/50 that Brian Flores is the head coach of the Miami Dolphins next season. I think as of right now, there is a 25% chance Flores gets fired before the season is over, but if Miami loses to Atlanta, I may change that to 50%.
Who knows what Miami will do at this point, but something needs to be done. Changes are needed and needed fast.