Miami Dolphins: Why They Need To Pull The Plug On The Pat White Experiment

September 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Featured on MIASPORTSGUY.COM It always becomes a numbers game. Only 53 players can be on an NFL roster. Most teams only keep three quarterbacks, and if that’s the case in Miami, Pat White will be the odd man out.
White as an NFL quarterback was always an experiment. As a second-round pick out of West Virginia, the sub six-foot passer was supposed to create another wrinkle in the Dolphins’ Wildcat formation. That moment never came to pass.
He’s just not an NFL quarterback right now.
Sure he has some nice tools. His mobility is his biggest strength. He transformed his body in the offseason and put on close to twenty pounds.
However, he is still lacking in several critical areas. First, he’s tiny at barely 5’11″ while playing a position mostly made up of players around the 6’3″, 6’4″ mark. Second, he lacks arm strength and accuracy. To finish it off, he often doesn’t get rid of the...

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