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Two RB's on the field at once. Maybe I'm missing something.


Let me preface this by saying that I'm no expert...but I pretend to be.  So let's just jump in here.  Why in the f--- won't the Phins try and put Daniel Thomas and Reggie Bush on the field at the same time.  This way the Offense could be much more dynamic and open the field up for both the passing game and the run game.

 

Daniel Thomas would have one less LB'er to deal with on his runs between the tackles.

Reggie Bush would be open in space in the flat to the left or right of Henne.

Brandon Marshall and other receivers would also get a little bit more open areas of the field to work in. 

 

I mean the Phins showed in week 1 that Reggie is a legit weapon.  Then they shut him down completely in week 2.  I'm sure there's a good reason I can't think of but right now the coaching staff has to try something.  We can't blame Henne thus far for either of these losses.  The defense has shown some serious holes but I really think the coaching staff needs to figure out a plan.  This is a plan.  Maybe not the plan....but it's something. 

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