First off, to all those claiming we need to draft Ingram or Julio Jones or anyone else not a QB or OL in the first round, GROW A BRAIN. With the current CBA, we actually will be having the draft before Free Agency this year and you have to be blind not to realize that no matter who you have at RB with the exception of maybe Barry Sanders and AP, they are not going anywhere behind our O-line. That and QB are the most important positions on the offensive side of the ball and we have to fix that up before we start trying to find a RB to hand the ball off to. What good does it do when he is being hit 4 yards behind the line of scrimmage. So enough, very very good chance that we trade down like we did last year and pick up a 2nd rounder and end up with a late first rounder. Expect atleast 2 picks to be devoted to O-line this year.
Secondly, I spoke with Jason Ferguson, and he told me that the whole team believes in Tony Sparano. He also said that the problems on the offensive side of the ball were BOTH Henne and Hennings fault and just as we are awaiting a new OC, we should definitely expect a new QB at some point in the offseason but that rebuilding the O-line is just as much of a priority.
Finally, STOP! thinking and saying we should sign Vince Young! The guy has zero work ethic and Tennesse actually has one of the best RB's in the NFL and a good O-line and he still couldn't get it done. Not considering their OC is one of the best i the league. Vince will not be with Miami because we need a pocket passer, plain and simple.
This team will be improved, a lot of crap went down but Tony will learn from his mistakes. This will all be a big wake up call to him and just like others said, when a player isnt cutting it, we look for a replacement. No different with a head coach. We benched Sean Smith and when he came back he was our best cover corner.
Oh, and incase you guys still don't realize how important fixing our O-line is, look at what the Jets did last night. Sanchez was awful and couldn't throw an accurate pass to anyone. So what do they do, they run and run and run and completely take Manning out of the game and control the line of scrimmage without any sort of problem. When you have that kind of ability, Defenses have no choice but to single up on the Wr's and then what do you know, Braylon and Holmes are 1 on 1 and are making plays. EVERYTHING STARTS WITH THE O-LINE and it shows that even with a QB struggling, the O-LINE saves his ass by letting the offense run the ball at will. This is why Sanchez wins and Henne doesn't because they don't ask Sanchez to win them game after game, they ask Mangold, Woody, Ferguson, and Brandon Moore too.