Bill Lazor Fired as Dolphins OC: Latest Comments and Reaction

November 30, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Miami Dolphins coaching staff purge continued Monday, as the team fired offensive coordinator Bill Lazor a day after a 38-20 loss to the New York Jets.
Quarterbacks coach Zac Taylor will take over play-calling duties, while assistant wide receivers coach Phil McGeoghan is the new full-time wideouts coach, the team announced. 
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reported interim head coach Dan Campbell made the decision after he "had shown signs of displeasure with the offense in recent weeks."
Jeff Darlington of NFL Network added Lazor's "refusal to establish running game" was among the "biggest reasons" for his exit in Miami.
Lazor, 43, was in his second season running the Dolphins offense. Widely credited with making changes that saw Ryan Tannehill make a major leap in 2014, he has become a fall guy for Miami's offensive nosedive this season.
The Dolphins currently rank 27th in points per game, failing to top 20 points in nine of thei...

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