The Dolphins fell to 0-2 on Sunday in front of a sparse crowd at Sun Life Stadium and their coach doesn’t seem to know how to get the team pointed in the right direction.
“It’s baffling to me,” Dolphins coach Tony Sparano said, via Jeff Darlington of the Miami Herald. “It really is. I don’t have any answers for it. We’ve got to do a better job.”
While we don’t doubt Sparano was being honest, he might want to come up with a different approach to the post-game press conference. When your team has lost twice at home by double-digit margins, the local crowd seems to have tuned your team out and your owner openly flirted with other candidates for your job, it might not be the best idea to let everyone know that you have no clue how to fix the problems.
That seems like a pretty good way to suggest that someone else might be a better choice to lead the Dolphins to a better tomorrow. We know that Stephen Ross has already entertained such notions and he’ll likely pull the trigger before too much longer if the Dolphins don’t start finding a way to win games.