After all the turmoil of the past season and all the recent changes in the hierarchy in the Miami Dolphins organization, a new way of operating has been implemented.
Do yourself a favor and go onto www.MiamiDolphins.com and watch Greg Likens' interview with owner Steve Ross on the Finsiders.
I know a lot of fans are not pleased with Ross' ownership and, after watching the interview, you will see that he realizes that he couldn't blame us. He doesn't come right out and admit it but he does admit some interesting tidbits.
Watch it and see if you can see what I mean before I just tell you. You may be as impressed as I was.
Also watch Likens interview with new Head Coach Adam Gase. Now this one gives me mixed emotions. You can clearly see that he is a bit uncomfortable with the media which is understandable for a young guy thrust into that position but that is what comes with the territory.
With such a young roster, Gase has to assemble a very good teaching staff and then have a couple good game managers at his disposal. He is keeping Darren Rizzi to run the Special Teams, whom I liked since his days at Rutgers.
Gase is interesting to say the least. He does garner a lot of praise but the lack of Head Coaching experience is the big question here in my eyes.
I wish he would have had some HC time on his resume but Don Shula took over the Colts at age 33 with no HC time on his resume. So have plenty other successful Head Coaches.
But many more have failed.
So the Dolphins are in the hands of Executive Vice President Mike Tannebaum. For better or worse, his finger prints are all over the organization now.
Lets hope they got it right this time.
Dolfan since 12/25/1971