If I were the Miami Dolphins I would just go out in these last three games and let the chains loose. Run the ball when possible and throw the ball as deep as Ryan Tannehill can, and play for next year. They have to do what coach Campbell said and play for the love of the game, cliche or not...it is the mantra of what it means to be a professional athlete.
No more playing it safe, enough with the short passes and conservative play calling...but that is just my way of thinking.
Miami does not have an easy three game stretch to end the season. With the San Diego Chargers, Indianapolis Colts and the mighty New England Patriots on the slate two of these teams will be hard to beat. I say that cause with New England being the last game of the season I can see the Patriots sitting their starters before the playoffs, as any team would do.
On the positive side, the Dolphins are getting back two starters on the offensive side, right tackle Ja’Wuan James and wide receiver Rishard Matthews returned to the practice field and are both looking to get cleared for this Sundays game with the Chargers.
Standout receiver Jarvis Landry is looking to set a franchise record with 90 receptions in a year. Landry is two catches away from breaking O.J. McDuffie’s record of 89 catches.
Lamar Miller who is in a contract year is looking to set a record with back-to-back 1,000 rushing yards. The Dolphins will be absolutely crazy if they do not sign this incredible running back.
Although the Miami Dolphins will not be in the post season this year, I am a true Dolphins fan and am hoping the Miami brass will fix the issues that need to be fixed to make Miami a team to be reckoned with. We have seen how talented the team CAN be, they just need to correct the problems that CAN be fixed with the proper personal in the right spots.