OT: Apparently Stephen Ross wants to help coach the Dolphins

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  1. Deus Irae

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    Stephen Ross wants the Dolphins to open up the offense | ProFootballTalk

    So, more creative than Dan Henning, one of the most 'creative' O.C.s in the business, running the no-huddle without a QB, and throwing downfield with only one deep threat and no QB.

    Please don't let there be a lockout. The Jets and Dolphins have the potential to be the best soap operas in the world next year.
  2. RodThePat

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    Try "no deep threat" as Brandon Marshall is a possession receiver. I can't wait for the glory days of Blaine Gabbert/Jake Locker running the no-huddle in their first years in the NFL. In a complex, innovative offense to boot. That'd be fantastic.
  3. larryo

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    Awesome thread! Thanks for the 411! High five!
  4. Patriotic

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    Ross also sought the input of Sal Alosi.

    Sources close to Ross say Alosi "put his best foot forward". :yeeha:
  5. KontradictioN

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    I can easily see the Dolphins going after (and overpaying) a McNabb or a Kolb in the offseason, should there be a new CBA.
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  6. ausbacker

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    The Dolphins could use the old Captain Planet by our powers combined we are Kevin Henne and he'd still be a crap QB.
  7. convertedpatsfan

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    He's like Dan Snyder Jr. So glad he's in our division.
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