Miami Dolphins: Should The Dolphins Scrap The Wildcat For Good?

September 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

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The Wildcat has been great for the Miami Dolphins since they brought it in two years ago, but recently it has been a hindrance more than a help for the Dolphins offense.
No other team has been able to successfully run the wildcat with any consistency like Miami has, and a large part of that has been because Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams have put a lot of time and effort into learning and running it well. It has also been able to work so well because of the Miami Dolphins commitment to staying with and continuing to develop it.
But, even after all the work that the Miami Dolphins had put in it, it has only seemed to get in the way this season. More than anything else, the wildcat has just interrupted the momentum that we gained from the passing offense.
Every time the offense has been in a rhythm and able to get the ball moving, the Dolphins would run the wildcat and instantly kill all of their momentum.
It has become...

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