Yes, we have expectations now that the Dolphins have fired Philbin & Coyle.
A player revolt happened and it was so widespread that Philbin wasn't able to head it off by trading away the ringleaders, which had been his modus operandi. My guess is that the second-most wealthy person in the Dolphins organization, Suh, fearlessly led the revolution. That shows me a united locker room with strong leadership, something that had been lacking. That's fine and dandy as long as they've laid down the torches and pitchforks and are ready to begin playing smart, aggressive football.
It'll take time to bring about a "culture change", no doubt. The Dolphins could make a quick transition now unhampered by a failed system that emphasized scheme over natural talent and abilities. The players must feel pumped with their new identity. I can't wait to see the team play next week!