Adam Gase continues to be the only man on the face of the earth who watches Jay Cutler throw grounders and air balls and then blames someone else. Gase being wrong all the time is very frustrating. But when he tells you that YOU’RE wrong, it’s infuriating. No, Mr. Gase, we’re not wrong.
When your team has scored just a few touchdowns after a quarter of the season is gone, YOU are wrong.
When you haven’t reached 20 points in any of your games, YOU are wrong.
When you keep blaming your offensive line and don’t realize that their coach is a whore-renting cokehead that YOU hired, YOU are wrong.
When a quarter of the season is gone and you haven’t even scored 42 points, YOU are wrong.
When you watch the opponent scramble to get a final play in, but then you help them out by calling a time out, YOU are wrong.
Once, JUST ONCE, I’d respect Gase if he put his head down and said, “Yeah, I considered putting Matt Moore in there just for a change.” But we know that will not happen. Gase is simply too stubborn and too inexperienced to see what the whole world sees. Cutler makes Ryan Tannehill look emotional. And that’s pretty sad.
The good news is that the offense cannot get any worse. I’m predicting a major upset here, as the Dolphins will beat Atlanta. The offense will finally score a bit more, and the defense has been playing great. With 3 quality linebackers in the game, it makes a world of difference.
DeVante Parker might not play, and that is good news. Each week, I get more and more sick of hearing the hype of this over-rated kid. On our first series last Sunday, he needed to lunge forward for a yard to move the chains. Instead, he ran sideways for 20 yards and cost us the first down. He’s a lunkhead who never makes the extra effort. You MUST know the down and distance and the situation. When you need a yard and there is a man two yards in front of you, then dive right at him. First down. Instead, Parker tried to run around hgim to gain an additional 3 yards that we didn’t need. Where is his coaching? Oh, I forgot? His coach is too busy, adamantly telling us that Jay Cutler is a winner.
The three Dolphins who refuse to honor their country also refuse to honor the fans. Michael Thomas and Julius Thomas have done absolutely nothing to earn a paycheck this year, while Kenny Stills caught a single touchdown pass forever ago in Los Angeles.
And the funny thing is…somehow…remarkably…we are tied in the loss column with everyone else in the AFC East. But don’t tell Adam Gase that. He’ll say it’s due to Jay Cutler’s awesomeness.