Found November 01, 2011 on sun-sentinel.com:
Nobody expected the Miami Dolphins to be juggernauts this season, but can you really say you expected the 2011 team to be winless seven games into the season? But that’s exactly where Tony Sparano’s team is, and it’s been a struggle to identify exactly why this once proud franchise is in meltdown mode.  The offense is bad. Quarterback play has been pedestrian. Playmakers aren’t producing up to expectation, and the offensive line has been a problem. The defense is mediocre. There’s no pass rush. Injuries have limited key players, and the secondary has been suspect this season. Coaching has been questionable, especially in the fourth-quarter. Brian Daboll appears to be followed up a bad stint as offensive coordinator with the Cleveland Browns with a repeat performance, and Mike Nolan’s defense has lost all it’s bite. Management leaves much to be desired considering owner Steve Ross has an image problem, and the moves General Manager Jeff Ireland’s made in his first season without big ...
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