Wisdom from a "QB Whisperer::
"No we have our FRANCHISE QB and I want to keep him rather than get 2 guys who may or may not be productive NFL players.
Palmer's situation is different and if I had my choice between Palmer and buttfumble, I'd take buttfumble"
Morano can't even get the play call in, has no idea how or when to use Tebow and Dilfer referred to him as the "genius offensive coordinator."
Color me surprised the troll doesn't see the issue of how bad Morano is. I hop like hell they bring that idiot back.
Ive never seen someone so incompetent running an offense. The countless times timeouts are wasted because of disorganization is astonishing.
It's sort of circular to say that Tony can't be evaluated because the players on the field aren't that good, isn't it? That would imply you have to wait until the players are playing well to evaluate him, in which case he would always look good. Hardly a useful evaluation tool. It's the coaches job to make these guys play better and use them to the best of their ability. The Dolphins offense has hardly been stellar this year but it's better than it was last year with most of the same players... because the coaches are using them better and they're playing better. What a concept!
The guys you list outside of Rueland were all expected to contribute this year. In fact, all you've really been missing on offense is Santonio Holmes and Dustin Keller. Holmes is a very good to great player and Keller is a better than average tight end. Are you really saying they're the difference between a good offense and the utter **** the Jets are putting out there right now? Okay, then.
Schilens is not equivalent to Hartline.
Expected to contribute yes but not expected to carry the load like they have. I am hopeing we get Norv Turner but I still don't think it's fair to blame Tony.
Oh preemptively, before you predictably point out that I said at one point that Tony was better than Rex, I was wrong, marginally wrong but wrong anyway... once Parcells wasn't there to call the plays into his headset it became obvious. Without teams taking knees, they both will have finished with 1 legit winning season in 4, and while Tony has a division championship, Rex has 2 legit postseason wins, so he gets the nod - but just barely. And I did say that Rex was in over his head, that Ozzie Newsome knew what he was doing hiring a position coach over his DC and that Rex was on a Rich Kotite career trajectory from Philly to the NYJ - and the last several years have proven me right there too.
1 Z. Martin OL Notre Dame 2 Bucannon SS Wash St 3 Sankey RB Washington 4 Reid DT Princeton 5 Gilmore TE Colo St 6 Ikard C/G Oklahoma 7 Huff DB Wyoming