Brick had a down year, I wouldn't expect that again.
Mangold is healthy(only healthy a few games last year)
Moore is healthy(not healthy first half of season)
Slauson healthy, played on badly injured shoulder that needed surgery in offseason
Can Hunter be as bad as he was last year?
Ground and pounf: it's not that we will run 60/40 but it's a philosophy.
Hill & Schilens- gives jets 2 deep threats- 2 more than a year ago and will open things up underneath for Holmes
Sanchez- having his best camp, entering year 4.
Our offense will be better than last year
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Sparano is NOT our HC, you guys need to realize Hcs are more conservative than OC/DCs.
All you have is Brick and Mangold on the OL. The rest of your guys are total turnstiles. Blame it on injuries all you want. Can whats his face be as bad as last year..... yea. why not? I know he cant possibly be worst.
You WR corps is a complete joke. The only proven one you have that is any good is also a huge crybaby who could quit at any moment in a game. You better hope that rookie is a solid player right away. If not, you basically have one player at that position.
Your RBs are total garbage. Shonn Greene has never done anything as a featured back. He had a DECENT season as Thomas Jones' caddy. It really wasnt even decent he just happened to have a big run in that playoff game. Last year he did NOTHING for you as your lead guy. Behind him you have exactly NOBODY. Yet, with a terrible OL and no RBs to speak of youre banking on being ground and pound?
When you cant run the ball this year and you have no playmakers in the passing game, its going to be impossible to throw the ball as well. Especially when Sanchez is on the ground every other attempt.
Combine all of that with Tony Sparano running your offense and you will be lucky to find the endzone more than once ever other game. Real talk.
Bill Belichick on "putting the tape on"
Mark Sanchez throwing 26 TD's last year with that group of receivers was the most impressive feat by any quarterback in the league last year. I guarantee he'd throw 35 TD's if he had a receiver like Calvin Johnson.
Give Matthew Stafford Sanchez's group of receivers and I doubt he'd throw 26 TD's.
a Dolphin fan talking **** about the Jets offense is hysterical.
there's a VERY good chance Miami will have the worst offense in the league.
Our offense has the 3rd most productive TE in the conference, a former SB MVP, 2 pro bowl O-linemen, a guy who rushed for over 1,000 yards last season, a QB who passed and ran for 32 TD's last season and a 250 LB Wildcat QB. With a defense sure to be in the top 5, We'll score more than enough points to win games.
Other than Bess who is decent, your WR's are a complete joke. Maybe you can pick up Lee Evans off the scrap heap, and he'd be the best receiver on your roster. You're relying on an injury prone Reggie Bush to carry the load for another year (good luck with that) and you'll be asking a rookie or a career backup to lead that mess. There's not a person outside of Miami who doesn't expect the Dolphins to be god awful this season, and they'll probably go 0-6 in the division. with the possible exception of meaningless garbage time, the Dolphins offense probably won't score more than 10 points against us in either game.
Last edited by truthbtold; 08-13-2012 at 05:23 AM.
So the Jets traded 2 draft picks and brought in Tebow for a QB controversy because they want opposing teams to have to waste time preparing for the Wildcat?
Yeah, that worked out so well for Miami the last couple of years, didn't it? Sparano is the dumbest coach in the NFL.