There’s a lot of new stuff going on with Miami football these days. New quarterback, new head coach…but in the end will it all be the same old results for a fan base waiting to see it’s first truly competitive squad since Dan Marino hung up his cleats?
The Miami Dolphins as an Entertainment Venue
For residents of the Miami area, it’s debatable whether the Dolphins have really been “entertaining” lately, unless you have a twisted sense of humor. Between the botched head coach rumors of last season to the signing and cutting of Chad Johnson, this team seems to be a comedy of errors at times. But, like we’ve seen with other wayward franchises, it can all turn around quickly with just a few good decisions…
New Faces Moving to Miami
The 2012-2013 season has a couple of notable additions for the Dolphins. First and foremost is their first round selection, quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Tannehill was reportedly the owner’s choice, so it’s no surprise he was quickly anointed the starter in Miami. Another big change is new head coach Joe Philbin. Philbin oversaw the highly successful Green Bay Packers offense, so hopes are high that Philbin and his new QB can light up the scoreboard. Of course, having some established wide receivers would certainly help with that effort. The first quarter of the season is not especially daunting (Houston, Oakland, NY Jets, and Arizona), so we should determine pretty quickly if the Dolphins will be making some noise this year with their new transplants at QB and head coach.
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