Dolphins coach Brian Flores describes Miami as ‘resilient’
The Miami Dolphins have been dominated in the first two games of the season, but coach Brian Flores thinks the team can bounce back because it’s a resilient bunch. According to Flores, the team hasn’t started pointing fingers, and they want to get better so he thinks improvements can be made.
“I think that’s a resilient group in there,” Flores said via Pro Football Talk. “It really is. That’s a resilient group in there. They’re not making excuses. They’re not going to point fingers. We’re just going to go back to work tomorrow, make the corrections, come back Wednesday, make some more corrections and try to get better.”
Flores thinks the group is resilient, but the most significant issue might be the talent on the team, they aren’t built to win this year.
After trading away Laremy Tunsil and Kiko Alonso the team made it very clear they weren’t playing for this season and no matter how much the team is working and trying to get better, it’s going to be hard to win games.
One thing that the team could change to try and mix things up would be to make a change at quarterback. Ryan Fitzpatrick has been struggling, and at some point, they should find out what they have in Josh Rosen, unless of course they are afraid Rosen could help them win games, and they could be trying to lose as many as possible.
The Dolphins travel to Dallas to take on the Cowboys, so the job isn’t going to be getting any easier on Sunday.