Kelly: Dolphins need offense to get into a rhythm to find team’s identity | Commentary


It is like a sophisticated Bachata, were a couple’s hips are aligned to the beat of Latin music, or a popular line dance where everyone knows the predetermined moves and does them in unison to Country music.

Right now, heading into the third game of the season, after having less than two months to install a new offense, the Miami Dolphins appear to be off beat and stumbling all over themselves.

The Dolphins currently have no rhythm. Feet are getting stepped on figuratively, and as a result that side of the ball isn’t playing fast.

Because of the truncated offseason the Dolphins haven’t mastered the ins and outs of the plays and concepts Chan Gailey’s installing enough for the playmakers to play fast, and until they do this team will continue to struggle establishing an offensive identity.

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