Personally I think Mora is a terrible coach, I hope the Phins pull the trigger. The Bills would no longer be the doormat of the AFC East, Miami would take the belt. http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm POSTED 9:13 a.m. EST, January 16, 2007 FINS SAY NO OFFER HAS BEEN MADE TO MORA In response to our recent item regarding the Miami Dolphins and Jim Mora, Fins senior V.P. of media relations Harvey Greene says that no offer has been made to the former Falcons coach. "I can tell you with 100% assurance that no job offer was extended to Mora yesterday," Greene said via e-mail. "He was here strictly for a second interview, but there was no job offer made to him. We are still in the process of our coaching search, and as of this writing no final decision has been made." An industry source has told us that an offer was made, and that Mora did not accept it. Of the remaining four finalists for the job (Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer withdrew on Monday), Mora has the most recent NFL head-coaching experience. And he's grown adept at rattling off his accomplishments over the last three years, since he was doing so for anyone who'd listen while his job with the Falcons hung in the balance. With Miami's most recent coach, Nick Saban, bolting for Alabama less than two weeks ago, the last thing the franchise needs is the perception that a beggar like Mora suddenly has become a chooser. We're not saying we don't believe the team on this one. But if an offer had been made to Mora and if Mora had not accepted it on the spot, that's not something that the team would be trumpeting.