Miami Dolphins Management Situation: It Simply Shows a Lack Of Confidence

January 9, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

By now, everybody knows what the situation is. And the Dolphins PR department, as well as certain individuals, will say what it needs to and save as much face as it, and they, can. Meanwhile, up north, one of Miami's division rivals will make its second trip to the divisional round of the NFL playoffs in as many years. Its coach is crass. And though his confidence could be described as pompous and downright unrealistic, it is also genuine and his team is responding to it. The Jets quarterback play, for example, leaves plenty to be desired, but Mark Sanchez plays with heart. He throws the deep and intermediate pass when necessary, when the time on the clock winds down to a precious few seconds. 
I tell you it's the type of confidence that may be missing from the Dolphin playbook.
Desperation is not enough. This need to win must be tempered with confidence, patience and expertise. Is this something Coach Tony Sparano can bring to the table in 2011? Perhaps. We have seen fl...

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