The Miami Dolphins could be having another overhaul if the team loses on Sunday to the Jets, according to a report.
Armando Salguero who left the Miami Herald and now covers the NFL for Outkick.com is reporting that should the Dolphins lose on Sunday, everyone including Chris Grier, Mike McDaniel, and Josh Boyer could all be replaced.
This isn’t unexpected if we are being realistic. Stephen Ross views his window of winning a Super Bowl as a small one. He attempted to make bold moves last year with Bruce Beal that triggered an investigation by the league and resulted in his suspension, a massive fine, loss of draft picks, and Beal being removed as the owner-in-waiting.
Why? Because he wants Sean Payton. Because he wants Tom Brady. Because he wants to win and no longer has the patience to let everything develop in front of him.
In 2019, he gave Chris Grier full authority to dismantle the roster and rebuild with Brian Flores. That didn’t go well. Draft picks were wasted, free agent money was not well spent, trades made have not worked out and Grier himself saddled himself with a quarterback who has had two known concussions and potentially a third, this year alone.
Adding to the misery is the fact Miami has yet to fix an offensive line problem that has been around for more than five years and now, an epic potentially season-ending losing streak that took the team from 8-3 to right now, 8-8.
Will Ross make changes after the season? He should, but to what extent is the question?