#7 Miami Dolphins head coach: Joe Philbin
For the current generation of Dolphins fans, the Joe Philbin era was one of the most excruciating and disappointing times in our beloved team’s history.
Philbin arrived in Miami with an offensive pedigree that he earned by being the coordinator for Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, but those skills never showed up in his time with the Dolphins. The team finished with a top-15 offense just once and ranked 26th and 27th in the league during the other two full seasons.
Philbin never had a winning season in Miami and went 24-28 before being fired after the first four games of the 2015 season. He has only been an NFL head coach for two games since when he stepped in as the interim upon his return to Green Bay.
#6 Miami Dolphins head coach: Brian Flores
He coached as many seasons as Adam Gase and had one fewer loss on his record, and his teams showed some seriously impressive fight during rough stretches during his three seasons.
But Gase never filed a lawsuit, jeopardizing the immoderate and long-term future of the franchise. Gase never tried trading for an alleged sex offender to play quarterback while the highly-touted QB that he had was in development. And Gase actually made the playoffs.
Brian Flores was 24-35 as head coach.