Miami Dolphins Hire Brian Daboll To Run the Offense: Did They Make Daright Call?

January 18, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Miami, we have a problem.
The Dolphins just threw a truck full of kerosene into the fire Monday, at least from the fans’ perspective, signing Browns Offensive Coordinator Brian Daboll to run the Miami “offense.”
The Dolphins ranked 30th last year in scoring and 457th in entertainment value.
Daboll, 35, was the Browns’ offensive play-caller for the past two seasons. They ranked 31st in scoring this year after regressing from 29th in 2009.
I know it’s difficult to evaluate coaches, more so assistants, because there are so many variables involved, but at first glance this isn’t the most appetizing move for a franchise in need of a major offensive overhaul.
First of all, it’s tough to have a good offense without a good quarterback, as Miami has learned for some time now. Daboll’s best quarterback in Cleveland was Colt McCoy in his rookie season last year who put up a passer rating of 74.5.
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