Dolphins receivers Davone Bess and Brian Hartline will both be great fits in the West Coast offense being installed by head coach Joe Philbin. The West Coast offense is a timing and rhythm offense, but there's much more to it than that. Bess' ability to find the soft spot in coverage, get open by maintaining leverage and create yards after the catch will allow him to remain one of the Dolphins' top options in the passing game.
The Miami Dolphins loss to the Arizona Cardinals in Week 4 may be disappointing for Dolphins fans, but not for fantasy owners. Two potential starters emerged from the Dolphins loss to the Cardinals in Week 4. Brian Hartline, who lik... Read Post
There will be no No. 1 receiver in the Miami Dolphins offense. If that much wasn't clear when the team traded away Brandon Marshall at the start of free agency, head coach Joe Philbin made it clear over the course of the offseason. ... Read Post
I wrote yesterday that newly-signed Dolphins wide receiver Chad Ochocinco wouldn't be a fit in the West Coast offense being installed by head coach Joe Philbin and offensive coordinator Mike Sherman. Not only does Ochocinco lack the... Read Post