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The recipe for rehabilitating Ted Ginn Jr.

Ted Ginn has excellent straightline speed. He has good enough hands -- no, really. He has the physical ability to emerge from what is clearly a terrible outing against New Orleans and a season that is threatening to define him negatively.

But he needs to be managed now.

Today, as the Dolphins coaches are drawing up their plans for the Jets game, the issue of what to do with Ginn has to be decided. It is clear Ginn will lose some snaps at the wide receiver spot. Tony Sparano practically said as much when he said rookie Brian Hartline was about to play more.

More work for Hartline will mean less work for Ginn. That is a certainty.

But I have a hard time believing the Dolphins will simply deactivate Ginn. I don't think that would be the smart thing to do. I don't think that's what coaches will do.

First, I think one of Ginn's major problems now is he is lacking confidence. His body language is terrible. And his performance is showing that because that drop in the fourth quarter near the sideline Sunday showed he seemed to be pressing.

So what do you do with a kid like that? Do you deactivate him? For some guys, that would send a message and force them to buck up and respond. For guys like Ginn, I fear that would basically collapse what little belief in himself he has left.

Deactivating Ted Ginn would basically crush him emotionally.

Plus, that would also leave the Dolphins without their best return man on Sunday. Nope, deactivating Ginn would be dumb.

So do you demote Ginn, taking the starting job from him and giving it to Hartline? Well, that might make fans feel better, but what good would it do for the team? We already established Hartline will get more snaps at WR and Ginn will get fewer.

Does it really matter if one of the snaps taken from Ginn is the first offensive snap of the game or not? I do not know if Ginn will be benched. But I say even as I'm all for him getting fewer WR snaps, I don't really care if one of those is the first snap of the game or not.

In fact, let Ginn take the game's first snap. Throw him the ball or hand it to him on an end around. Get him immediately involved. Give him a chance to make a play, thus allowing him to rebuild his waning confidence.

Then put him on the sideline in pressure situations as Hartline gets more snaps throughout the game.

One thing the Dolphins absolutely, positively must do: Do what Cam Cameron and Randy Mueller planned when Ginn first arrived in Miami. Give him a chance to return every punt and every kickoff the Dolphins take first and foremost.

Ginn has a history of doing those things well. Give him a chance to regain his confidence while returning kicks. Give him a chance to feel like he's a player again. Give him the ball on special teams every chance you can.

Why?

Well, for one, Ginn is better at it than any other Miami player. Let's face it, Davone Bess will always make the first guy miss on punt returns but his lack of speed will never allow him to bust one loose. So he's always going to average 4 or 5 yards per return.

Ginn doesn't make too many people miss, as he's not as shifty. But if he sees a crease, he can hit it faster than anyone else on the team. Give him a chance to find one of those creases. Have him take every punt and kick return in practice this week to build his confidence about fielding the ball (also making sure he won't fumble) and then give him a chance to make the plays in the game.

Same with the kickoff returns. The Dolphins tried to turn Patrick Cobbs into their top return man even though he wasn't nearly as fast as Ginn -- tougher, but definitely not faster. Well, count on Ginn for that, too. Give him "ownership," as Dan Henning would say, of Miami's return game. Tell him it's on him to make big plays in the return game.

If Ginn can do that as well as he did in college, perhaps the Dolphins can use that as the foundation for rehabilitating him as a wide receiver.

The bottom line is Ginn's confidence is currently shot. It's up to the coaching staff to rebuild it or risk losing Ginn as a contributor. So what better way to accomplish that than giving him a chance to improve a special teams unit that sorely needs the help anyway?

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You have to keep Ginn on the field as a reciever just to keep the defense honest.I do agree Mando,this guy is lacking confidence and rightly so.

Methinks what he does on that video is proof he need to be gettin moe chances on special teams.

by the way, i be reporting on my blog that i gots a new nickname for tony sparano's second chin.

Deuces.

woot!

F*&* Ginn and his 'emotions'. This is a tough guy's job and one of the overlooked issues is that you must be tough to be a WR in the NFL. Heck, I was a DB in high school and one of my buddies was a WR. He got crushed one day by another friend of ours who was the FS. I was ribbing my friend the WR saying "I'm glad I don't play WR" because there are times you are going to get creamed. Teddy doesn't play tough. It's almost as if he doesn't want the ball to come his way when the game is on the line and you MUST have that mentality. Like I said elsewhere the concept is biting as a pup and he is no pup, not three years in. He won't bite period so I say bench him and get Turner out there. At least Turner will fight for a ball I am sure.

I don't see Ginn as an elite receiver ever within his future, but he can be a solid receiver in the future, as we've seen hints of it (against the Jets this year, and against the Bills last year). We shouldn't give up on Ted Ginn, but should still definitely consider drafting a solid #1 receiver.

Where is that guy on the video? That's not our ginn! Give that kid some special teams blocking and he'll be back, but the way we get burned on special teams by the gunners he will get 20-25 yards at the most

Mandy...You totally ripped off what I said...Almost verbatum, you just expounded! I'm truly offended. Didn't even get an honerable mention!

The words are correct. The video is impressive. And the music had me dancing. Perfect blog, Armando!

More please.

So yesterday you rip into him and say he has to be benched and now you are saying get him on the field more. I beleive you have to start Hartline and then bring in Ginn only in 3rd and long situations. Try to limp through the rest of the schedule with our receivers and make it a top priority to draft or sign a top free agent receiver (Vincent Jackson) so we can move on from this being our main issue that is hurting this team.

"Guys, it is time to bench Ted Ginn Jr."

"I'm saying the experiment needs to end."

"Or here's another idea: How about you make Ginn inactive and play Patrick Turner, too?"

"Play Hartline and activate Turner and get him some snaps."

These are your quotes from YESTERDAY... make up your mind Mando!

Men's league - I don't care what his emotinal state is - full stop. He cannot catch becasue his hands are too small. Bite it and get rid of him after this year. Let him return punts and kick-offs, but in no way shape or form deos this guy belong out there as a receiver. You can only coach a guy so much before his fire has to carry him the rest of the way. His lamp is out of fuel.

So what we have is a a 1st round receiver now in his 3rd year who lacks so much confidence that he drops balls???

Dolphins need to have him on the sideline in pressure situations??? This is the NFL - its always a pressure situation. Like when you are up by two scores in the 2nd half and you tip the ball to a defender for a pick six. If you can't trust him - how do you justify having him on the field? These mistakes are always costly. Christ, what a gong show.

I'm afraid though you may be right, which just speaks to how freakin terrible that draft pick was and what a disaster the receiving corps is.

Big Clap for the Big Tuna. Way to go Tiger.

Armando, great blog, you make perfect sense compared to the cut Ginn yahoos who post here...It is up to the coaching staff to get this kid into the game and rebuild his confidence...thank you for a real common sense article

JUST SAYIN...


I'm gonna go out on a limb here. I've given Teddy the benefit of the doubt, but, no more. I feel like we destroyed his confidence, as well as Jason Allen. Teddy was on the rise, we stripped him of return duties, Penny never looked his way...That's my theory at least...Of course, it doesn't matter now, but, I would def demote him at least and make him the primary returner.

Posted by: Marc | October 26, 2009 at 10:12 AM

Tommya, I hear you, but he was effective at OSU, he had a few great games, but, if you don't place confidence in a player they won't have confidence in themselves (see Jason Allen). Speaking of. I STILL maintain that Jason ALlen would be a better option than Wilson...

Posted by: Marc | October 26, 2009 at 11:11 AM

I'll say it again. I believe we (media, coaches, fans) destroyed Ginns confidence ala Jason Allen...And STILL say play Jason Allen. The drops can be overcome, and even some of the better receivers in the league drop critical passes. i would take a potentially dangerous Ginn that drops passes over a David Martin that drops passes (someone called for him earlier). He needs to get his swagger back, and I think that requires MORE touches...kick returns, punt returns, reverses...Just because the reverse doesn't work ONCE, doesn't mean he won't break one!

Posted by: Marc | October 26, 2009 at 09:43 PM

Armando, sounds like a good idea. Ginn has value because of his speed. How about adding some more fly patterns run by Ginn. And more outs. Those are the plays he seems to handle the best.

I couldn't agree with you more mando, the guy can still blow by corners which will keep the defense honest because he is the only receiver we have with that kind of speed. We should probably make him a decoy instead which will hopefully open things up for hart, camarillo and bess.

Yeah, great Mando, but not sure what that highlight reel shows, except that back in college, Ginn was maybe 10 times faster than everyone else. But this is the NFL, he's only 3-5 times faster than everyone, and that lack of shiftiness means unless the Red Sea parts, he ain't hittin' no hole for a TD. Plus, it's hard to look for a crease when you're looking at the spot on the sideline you're gonna run to so you don't get bruised (poor baby). I agree with you that Ginn shouldn't be benched, but reduce his snaps (to like only the deep pass plays), maybe let him return kickoffs, but keep Bess doing punts. But then the problem becomes kickoff blocking to help create a crease for Ginn (I can't remember the last time we ran one back, so I don't know if that's a capability our current special teams roster has or not).

my sentiments exactly, mando. He still has value in a WR corp that isn't quite there yet. utilize his best abilities.

Sadfishpuss...soooo Parcells was supposed to go out and do what??? Rob some GMs at the draft so we can get more picks??? I mean, this team has so much more talent then last year, including Smith and Davis because of Bill Parcells!!! Really stupid statement saying Parcells is to blame considering what the past 10 years of mistakes were made!!!

He needs confidence?? WTF... This is a player that was drafted in the first round. It is his responsibility to be prepared and focused for each game and earn that pay check. If he doesn't have the confidence to play at the caliber he should be, then get rid of him!!!

For once, I fully agree with you Armando! Ginn is not useless, he's just never going to be that #1 guy. He is a role player and should be our primary returner and an occasional deep threat.

Aside from that, there is one thing, yes, just one, that I want to see from Ginn. Catch a ball and turn upfield and take ONE hit. Just man up and take a hit. I don't think I've ever seen him take a hit so how does he even know if he can handle it or not?

This isn't college anymore. You can put together impressive collegiate highlight videos for plenty of players who either underachieve in the NFL or simply don't have the elite skills that the video leads you to believe they have. The video proves one thing: Ted has elite speed. None of those clips show him making a tough, pressure packed catch. The reason why is that he can't. It's as simple as that.

I can honestly say I agree with 100%. And for those who say the hell with him and his emotional state....it is up to the coaches to coach him up. I think the expectations of Ginn need to be lowered...and as Amando says, make him a contributor. I also think the Dolphins use him on shorter, drag routes across the middle where it would be quick toss and let him run. For those who want to abandon Ginn understand that there is plenty of evidence of players in the league resurrecting themselves when coached properly....I think Amando's plan is the right approach. If it doesn't work I doubt Ginn will be with the team next year.

Armando I think you might be in to something. Makes total sense!

Do you people seem to remember when he WAS returning punts and kicks that he had MANY successful returns called back due to penalties...I fail to see how he was at fault for that. Never understood why they replaced him as a returner...

That still doesn't change the fact that we are 2-4 instead of 3-3 thanks to Ginn. He's gotta go

Maybe we can extend Ginn's contract and wait another 3 years for him to learn how to catch a friggin' ball. What good is speed if you can't handle a ball that hits you in the numbers (like the one in the 4th quarter)???

Ginn needs to take his dominoe set elsewhere. He's not the only issue the 'Phins have but he's been a bust as a high draft pick. Even his return game sucks, he looks for the out of bounds as soon as someone is 5 yards away. I have never seen him cut his runs back towards the middle of the field.

Our sorry secondary has cost us most of our losses in my opinion - is it coaching, the scheme, the players skill level? Maybe all of the above. But maybe we're expecting too much from a team only in it's second year of a total rebuild and the poor shape it was left in talent-wise when Parcell's took over.

Mando---excellent piece....and your contradictions from other posts simply mirror what many thinking fans have felt, the swings from patience to exasperation to anger, etc.

As much as I've cursed his name, I realize that for this season, at least, Teddy's ours. So something along the lines you've suggested has to be tried. This is the Last Chance Saloon for Ginn........let's try to make the best of it.

Armando,

Nicely said!! I agree 100%

There's no such things as a "rebuild". There are Free Agents and draft. No excuses! I don't recall Sparano, Ireland, or Parcells using the term. In fact, I believe they said there goal was to WIN NOW. (Although their Free Agency activity begs to differ). "Rebuilding" is horsepoop and an UNACCEPTABLE excuse

Marc , what do you want ? A f'n medal ? You're not the only one who said it. Otherwise you were right ! LOL ! :)

I did not see anywhere on that vid that he likes to be anywhere in the middle of the field.Anyone else?

Ginn reminds me of Tony Martin. Great speed could never catch the ball in Miami. Miami finally gave up on him and he goes to the Chargers and has a couple good years there before coming back to Miami.

Perhaps the WR coach is just not that good.

CONFIDENCE ! Did you see porter and taylor slamming their helmets to the ground after ginn dropped the ball on the final drive ?

Even when I'm tired of Ginn's lack of toughes, I still believe that he's been used incorrectly by the phins for the past three years, first he should be returning every punt and kick off. sencond he should be thrown some slants, so he can use his speed and get extra yards, then after hitting afew of those then he can go for the bomb. the problem is they have him running deep routs all the time and that's very predictable.

Like I said the Ginn haters will appear almost immediatly...the only question I have is these all the same people that used to call WQAM 3 years ago saying the same thing about Ronnie Brown??? A bust, needs to be traded, can't run, bench him...it's the same old story from the same old people...the only difference is now there football "experts" on a blog instead of sports radio...

then again, though I agree mando, doesn't this send a message to the rest of the team that, even if you fail to meet expectations we'll work with you anyway. I don't know, feels like my ol dolphins all over again.

No, it is up to the coaching staff to throw him on the bench and send him out of town. For once, when the game is on the line, let's throw the ball to Ronnie Brown and Rickie Williams. Not Fasano or Ginn. They can not be counted when the game in on the line. Open the playbook and find a way to get the ball to our best players ronnie and rickie when the game is on the line. no one else can be trusted at that time. there, I just got Miami at least three more wins this year.

No, I want my own column ;). I didn't hear too many other's echoing my sentiment. Only people arguing. Of course, Mandy says it, and it's gospel...Oh yeah, and it would behoove all of you to realize that I'm ALWAYS right ;)

I did not see anywhere in that vid that he wants to be anywhere between the hash marks.Did I miss something?

Sounds like he copied someone else's idea and Blog. Btw...CROWDER SUCKS! GINN SUCKS! and WILSON SUCKS!

I totally agree! This is what I was thinking this morning. Ginn is obviously extremely talented, has shown the ability to catch the ball well (see the preseason catch that hit his hands as he turned his head), and can be an electrifying return man.

He's clearly not a #1 receiver, and he shouldn't be expected to be. Get him back in the return game, and let him flourish there. He'll make a great #2 receiver/returner with a focus on the return game first.

If I were a coach, how much of a chance he gets depends on how much he recognizes his weaknesses and gets out there to work on them. Last year, Bess spent hours catching balls before and after practice--and he now catches everything that comes his way. I would expect Ginn to be doing the same. If he doesn't, he'll get less and less playing time until he gets it.

Ginn is no brown.

Most of the time Mando, I agree with you but not this time. We're not talking about a rookie or even a 2nd year player. If he doesn't have confidence now, he'll probably never have it.

BTW, I'm not one of those guys whose been calling for Ginn's head. To be fair, Ginn is not the only problem. I wish it was that simple but he's one of the more visible ones. If Sparano wants to continue being a HC in Miami, he better start dealing with them.

"For once, when the game is on the line, let's throw the ball to Ronnie Brown and Rickie Williams"

Umm, that happened and Ricky dropped a crucial 3rd down pass as well...Do you people even THINK before you speak, or do you not pay attention during the games? Selective memory? I can't figure it out

Amando, you must be on drug to say this. C'mon how much more evidences to do u need to prove that Ginn is a bust? I mean the Dolphins has been cuddled him for years and now he need more from the coaches? You are joking.
He hurts the team more than he helps it.

Ginn is no Brown but he would be on a different team if the coaching staff listened to all the fans down here wanting to get rid of him three years ago...it took Ronnie some time to actually "get it" if anyone remembers..if Ginn doesn't pick it up then all these calls for trading Ginn at the end of the year will be worthless, because no one will give us anything for him and a number 9 pick will end up as nothing

Marc. Join the club :}

hey everybody ok listen up I'M GOING TO ONLY SAY THIS ONCE SO LISTEN GOOD! EVEN U ARMANDO!
OK EVERYTIME GINN LIGHTS IT'S UP AND WINS THEM THE GAME U ALL SAY OH HE IS THE BOMB HE IS THE REASON WHY THE DOLPHINS WON! THEN WHEN HE HAS A BAD GAME OH HE SUCKS TRADE HIM CUT HIM BENCH HIM HE STINKS! GROW UP EVERYBODY STOP BEING BANDWAGON FANS! HE WON THE JET'S GAME HANDS DOWN WITH OUT THAT 53 YARD BOMB HE CAUGHT AND BURNT 3 DB'S WE LOST THE GAME! YES HE HAD A POOR GAME AGAINST THE SAINT'S! BUT MOST OF THE BALLS THROWN TO HIM WERE ALSO BEHIND HIM HIGH AND ALL OVER THE PLACE SO IT WAS HENNE FAULT ALSO! THE ONLY PLAY THAT WAS HIS FAULT WAS WHEN HE HIT IT IN THE AIR AND THEY RETURNED IT FOR A TD! BUT IF U NOTICED TED GIN ALSO GOT OFF THE GROUND AND CHASED HIM DOWN 60 YARDS AND KNOCKED THE BALL OUT OF THE ENDZONE! WHICH IN MY OPION THAT WAS A FUMBLE OUT OF THE ENDZONE! THE REVIEW SHOWED THAT THE BALL FLEW OUT AROUND THE 1 THERE WAS NO WAY HE WAS PASSED THE PLANE OF GOAL LINE! BUT SINCE U COULDENT SEE THE BALL ONLY IT FLYING IN THE AIR AROUND THE 1 YARD LINE THE PLAY STANDED! ANY OTHER PLAYER WOULD OF LAID ON THE GROUND HE CHASED HIM DOWN AND CAUGHT HIM WHEN HE HAD A 20 YARD HEAD START! SO GROW UP PEOPLE EVEN U ARMANDO! GINN IS A GOOD PLAYER DON'T SAY HE IS AWSOME 1 WEEK AND THEN SAY HE SUCKS THE NEXT! I MEAN PEOPLE HAVE BAD DAYS EVEN THE ELITE ONES IN THE HALL OF FAME LIKE JERRY RICE HAVE GOOD DAYS AND BAD DAYS AT WR!

WHY WHY WHY

Mando,

This will be Ginn's last chance this week. At Giant stadium in the wind and possibly rain and cool temps. If Miami losses this weekend, we are 2-5 and the season is over, and so will Ted's playing days in Miami. I believe that Turner MUST BE activated, he his tall, long and quick, but as we all know not fast. But how many 5'11 or 6'0 tall CBs are there in the NFL. Not many, so if Karl Dorrell is coaching him up, to utilize his body and keep the CBs on his back side, who will stop him? We need a WR who can catch and not one that is just fast. Ginn's days as we all know are numbered in Miami. The question is not if he can be rehabilitated it is what team will take him off our hands and at what price? A 4rth or 5th rounder? Bill and Jeff had better be all over Henning and Dorrell in the next few weeks to get this kid some easy catches and open looks to build his confidence. Otherwise we not only lose games but we lose BIG in trade value!

Here's the thing...you cannot make a receiver out of a track guy..EVER...It is painfully obvious to anyone whose played (and to alot who never played) that this guy (Ginn) is not now nor ever will be an NFL type receiver. Ginn has absolutely no idea what to do with his hands when the ball is coming at him. Look closely at both attempts from the Colts game and the NO game. His hands are doing two different things. One is like ready to catch the ball and the other is looking like he's defending himself from the ball hitting him. Hands are the most important part of any receivers arsenal. You can have all the speed and foot work in the world but if you can't catch the ball with proper technique your doomed (ala Ginn). Some may think you can teach this technique but you can't. If you don't already have this basic technique (learned in grade/high school) down you will never get it in the NFL. Why? Because the speed of the game. You cannot be wondering how your gonna catch a pass when most likely someone is bearing down on you to take your head off. Great players think one to two steps ahead on the field..its called vision. Ginn will be forever myoptic in his view of the game because he can't rely on his hands to do the first thing right. NFL receivers don't have to spend time wondering about how to catch a ball..they know instinctively. How do I know? I played WR for over ten years. Maybe not an expert but first hand knowledge. Just saying.

Dude, i agree with Max. You just said yesterday that we need to bench Ginn or even make him inactive in favor of Turner. Now you're feeling sorry for him and giving us a fuzzy college video? Come on Mando. Get off the fence!

Marc , wait ! . Always right ? LMFAO ! Weren't you the one that compared madden football to the real game ? stating it was basically the same thing ? LOL ! Always right ? NOT ! :) Just Playing.

I agree,... and also disagree

Ginn will never be an outstanding receiver in the NFL. Still I'd rather have him on the team than Brady Quin. With that said,... Mando you are right. Humiliating the kid will only take value from the team. Without Ginn this team does NOT have a deep threat. However continuing to count on him with the game on the line would also be a coaching mistake. We don't need another one of those.

So,... Yes let him march out with the first team offense. From that point on he is a package player. His role will be mostly as a decoy. Running end-arounds, also routinely going deep (without read options) demanding the attention of opposing safeties.

Let him return punts and kick-offs full time. This is a last ditch effort to add value, create value, and communicate value to other interested NFL Teams. If he can be traded he should be traded, but not given away.

Keep his role simple,... don't let him think about it. "Back-Yard Football"

Now I do NOT agree that he needs touches early in the game. He failed us last week, and has failed us too many times in the past. This is his 3rd year at wide out and babying him will do no-one any good. From this point forward he must be a man and earn every opportunity he can get.

Humility is not the answer, but compassion for his youth has expired. He must man-up. Earn the opportunity to run a drag through the middle of the field when he succeeds in special teams or end-around runs. Make him fight for the opportunities he once feared. Then after consistently performances can he be worked back into the offense as a full time starter.

Make him want to catch passes in front of middle linebackers! Make him earn a chance to get that extra yard. That’s the way I see it.

Ted Ginn will be on this team 10 more games, so will Fasano, who by the way Jim Mandich said Fasano should go before Ginn does because he is the Non-Parcells type player...Fact is we need Ted to produce in order for us to win games....If Ted doesn't " get it" then this team is going from first to worst...Love him or hate him, we need SOMETHING out of this kid the rest of this year

Ridiculous!!! LMAO!!! Our best return man?!! Are you serious??!! He is scared of his own shadow and runs right for the out of bounds line. Best return man?! How do you arrive at that conclusion??!! That is so dumb it's laughable!!! And by the way, Bess averaged 11 yards a punt return last year, good enough for a top 10 average, with 3 returns over 20 yards called back. He is also averaging nearly 9 yards a return this year with ZERO blocking. Better average than Parrish, and Bush among others. I'll take a guy that will catch the ball and get upfield, before I'll take a guy that can't catch the ball and might break one once every 2 years... Have you checked his KR and PR average? This guy has had MORE than enough opportunities. Deactivate, NO... Put him on the field more??!! Laughable!!!

OH YEAH 1 MORE THING U SAY GINN DON'T PERFORM AND GET OPEN SOMETIMES! I MEAN HELLOOOOO ARE U STUPID OR WHAT? I MEAN HE GET'S OPEN WAY TO OFTEN AND HENNE DON'T THROW IT TOO HIM BECAUSE HE DON'T SEE HIM! AND WHEN PENNE WAS QB HE DIDN'T THROW IT TO GINN BECAUSE HE DIDN'T HAVE THE ARM TOO! HENNE IS I THINK GOING TO BE A GOOD QB BUT HE NEEDS TO CHECK HIS WR HE LIKES TO CHECK 1 AND THEN IF THEY AIN'T OPEN HE DUNKS IT TO THE RB CHECK DOWN 2 3 GUYS BEFORE U DUNK IT!

Wait a second! NJPHIN, are you telling me that Madden isn't the real deal? Please tell me it's not so. Damn, this is just as bad as learning that the tooth fairy, santa claus, and easter bunny weren't real. What a downer. I'm gutted.

Nice video though. He looks great. evasive, quick, and faster then everyone on the field. lets face it, he's not TO, who goes across the middle and bulldozes for extra yards after the catch.

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