And by new offense, you mean the offense that Tony Sparano hand picked? The offensive coordinator that he interviewed and gave the job to? The 2 running backs that he traded for and drafted? The whole new starting right side of the offensive line that he decided on?
The same offensive line that he hasn't been able to pick consistent starters for in 4 years?
Virtually every coach in the national football league had to deal with the NFL lockout. Tony was put into the same situation as every other team in the league...and he has won 3 games. Teams with completely new coaching staffs are putting together winning seasons with just a handful of weeks to introduce new systems. This is Sparano's 4th year....and the team was still under prepared.
Oh, and Sparano did pick Henne. His assistant coaches(some of whom he hired) sold him on Chad Henne in that draft. After picking him, Sparano kept him on for 4 years, with 4 offseasons to replace him. Sparano did not. Even this past offseason, in a quarterback heavy draft, with a contract that stated he had power over personel moves, Sparano passed on good quarterback prospects and refused to trade up for others. Why did he do so? Because he thought he had better in Henne. And he was wrong.
The only person who is having a "tough" time judging the season is you. Others see that 3 wins is not acceptable. Others see that Tony Sparano making the same mistakes he did 4 years ago is not acceptable. Good coaches rise up against adversity. Good coaches win games with the odds stacked against them. Good coaches properly evaluate talent and take steps to correct positions of weakness. Good coaches do not let their boss's misadventures distract them from winning games. Tony Sparano does not fill any of those requirements. Tony Sparano is not a good coach.