It has been a long season for the Dolphins and we’re only going into week 14. The only other team that has had almost as much news making drama and turmoil numerous times like the Miami Dolphins are the New York Giants. Truth be told, I rather lose our coach than to literally have our starting quarterback out for the season. Eli can play, but they chose to sat him. Our hands are tied behind our backs with Ryan Tannehill’s injury. And to think that not having our quarterback able to play has only been one out of many issues we’ve faced this season. What can truly be a debilitating situation as such for many teams was only the start of our out of control, spiraling downward start to the season.
With loosing Tannehill before the season even started, to assistant coach Chris Foerster’s drug being exposed, then having Jay Ajayi – one of our best players get traded midseason to a now possible Super Bowl bound team without much reasoning as to why it really happened besides he was “cancerous” in the locker room. Then let’s not forget all of the primetime games we’ve had this year. Or maybe we should forget because losing 0-40 on primetime television Thursday Night Football is not exactly how I want the world to portray the Dolphins.
So where do we go from here? Obviously we’re not the #13 best team in the league at this point. Yes we beat Denver this week and honestly, we looked decent. I left that game feeling good. Even us scoring an early safety and putting up 2 points on the board was an awesome start to that game. We had fire and wanted to win. Beating New England on Monday would be ideal. Gronk is out, but let’s not forget that the Pats can still very well win with or without Gronk. We don’t need to fire Coach Gase. Give the guy a chance. Just a few months ago, we were all strong to our words saying “In Gase We Trust”. Give him another season or two and let’s see where that goes. The problem isn’t Adam Gase. It’s higher up. We need better leadership. Leadership higher up from the bigwigs and also a quarterback who is a leader. Jay Cutler is not.13 should have been our lucky number, our starting point for the season. Could we finish the season being the 13th best team in the league? Doubtful. But we move on from it. Give us 13th again and we will make something out of it. This year, it was well…. Maybe bad luck for us. – Ash, Savage Girl Sports // www.savagegirlsports.com/ @savagegirlsport
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