Read more:http://phinphanatic.com/2013/11/28/b...-facing-miami/Mike Sherman must Go, Go-Go.
This is not a recommendation to be cruel to the man, I think given the positives he has brought throughout his career in football as well as his friendship and mentorship to both Joe Philbin and Ryan Tannehill mandate that it be done respectfully. The fact remains it needs to occur, and it needs to occur immediately following the Jets game this weekend - win or lose. There are few easy tasks for an NFL coach, and being the one to force retirement upon a friend and mentor would possibly be the hardest thing that Philbin has to do in his NFL career. It must be done, and it must be Philbin who does it. Having Stephen Ross or Jeff Ireland remove Sherman would not send the right message, and would undermine Philbin as the coach with his staff, the players and the fans. It can occur behind the scenes, giving Mike Sherman the opportunity to save face in the public eye by retiring or resigning. He can have the opportunity to retain his pride in doing so, that would be the ideal scenario here.
Below, well examine five key points in the evidence that illustrates the fact that the game has indeed passed him by.