The Miami Dolphins, for the first time in National Football History, will have to evaluate at least three coaches when they evaluate the offensive coordinator position on their coaching staff. George Godsey and Eric Studesville are the co-offensive coordinators on paper. But there are plenty of reports this duo also is heavily influenced by Quarterback Coach Charlie Frye.
The Miami Dolphins Offense is starting to become a more consistent unit come game days. Now sitting at 3-7, the Miami Offense is not the solution that led to those wins, but they are finally not the main reason for the loss.
Miami still has personnel issues on offense. Lack of use of Myles Gaskin and Mike Gesicki early in the season had been a significant shortfall. But not making a priority of using the talent already on the roster has been a mystery this Miami Offensive coaching staff has to answer for.
Coaching had been a significant issue along the offensive side of the ball. Play calling, personnel usage, and game management have been significant shortcomings every game day. The Trio of Godsey, Studesville, and Frye need to start adjusting to correct these issues faster than what has been done to this point in the season.
There are still more improvements needed; during last night’s game, multiple third and long situations, Mike Gesicki, our best receiver on the roster, was on the sideline. Also, their continued use of certain players has been a huge downfall. Present Williams still being used over Mack Hollins was a significant letdown during the Baltimore game. Williams showed zero effort, fell on multiple routes, and had no fight to the ball when targeted.
If the Miami Dolphins are going to be successful, they need to score 30+ points per game to make a deep playoff run in the 2022 – 2023 season. They need to ensure if they remain with the three-headed group of Godsey, Studesville, and Frye for next season, these issues and questions are addressed.