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Dolphins struggling offense needs to wake up

On Tuesday I reported to you that Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman had a career chat with his players and implored them to overcome the difficulties of the past couple of weeks and make their sons proud.

It was Sherman's way, I guess, of challenging his players.

Well, I challenge Mike Sherman to make necessary corrections and make fans proud -- because the offense the Dolphins have been putting on tape for much of this season, and particularly lately, simply isn't good enough.

Consider:

The Dolphins are averaging 19.2 points per game this season. That is 25th in the NFL.

That is the worst mark in the AFC East so far.

That is worse than a season ago when Miami averaged what we all considered an unacceptable 20.6 points per game.

The Dolphins have not scored a touchdown in six quarters.

The Dolphins are tied with Kansas City for the fewest passing TDs in the NFL (6) so far this season.

This is not good. Fact is, it is terrible because the Dolphins haven't exactly been playing stellar competition. The hard part of the schedule is coming up, believe it or not, after the Buffalo game.

“I think it’s just a lot of things that we just have to execute better," Sherman said. "It’s typical coach talk. We’ve got to execute a lot better. We’ve got to not have penalties. Not turn the ball over. Those things all play a part in it. Got to have good plays. I’ve got to call good plays -- make sure they’re the ones that apply specifically to that defense.

"There’s a lot of reasons, which we have to get fixed. There’s no question. This is unacceptable."

Correct!

Unacceptable.

I cringe at the idea that Miami still has to play against the San Francisco and Seattle defenses.

The situation is frustrating because generally the Miami defense and special teams have been good enough, with the exception of the last two losses to Indianapolis and Tennessee, to provide Miami with a winning team.

So the offense needs to hop on its horse and giddyup.

The Bills, Thursday night's opponent, provide an opportunity. The Bills, to put it diplomatically, stink on defense.

They give up more points (31.7) per game than any other NFL team. They are dead last in the NFL in rushing yards allowed per game. Combined, they allow 410 yards per game on the ground and through the air and that's 31st of 32 teams.

So the Bills are possibly a prescription for what ails the Dolphins offense.

Of course, I kind of thought that last week before the Tennessee game.

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WHRBs,

The talent was SO poor at the WR position that they brought TO and Edwards in off the street. Zach Miller? What's he done this year? How long are we going to keep calling this guy a top tier TE? Seriously! He's been invisible. Why? Major bust to date in Seattle and that's a FACT. I don't want to hear it's been all injuries. It hasn't. He hasn't been what he should have been. Turbin? Who the Hell is Turbin? Where did he play his College ball? When was he drafted? Nobody's talked about this guy before. I gave you Lynch but really guys like Tate and Baldwin have REALLY stepped up this year. But are we calling these guys stars? I believe you're making my point for me. IMO, Russell Wilson has made these guys better. That's the sign of a good QB.

"At this point last season the team was 1-7, really going to be concerned about 4-5?
Posted by: CommonSense | November 14, 2012 at 01:18 PM

Now that there is some kind of perspective ..."

Guys,

Actually we started the season 0-7.

Dashi,

You can't base everything off tackle stats. Stats aren't everything, they are skewed by other facets of the game.

For example, Miami has a good run D (not so much last few games, anyway), so most teams opt to pass on them the majority of the time. IE Dansby doesn't get a chance to get a tackle.

Miami is almost exactly where any intelligent fan who's watched them for decades thought they'd be. Re-tooling, learning the ways of the new HC, living with the mistakes of a rookie QB, limited in skill position talent. For all the whiners saying the sky is falling, AFC East is the 2nd worst division in the league right now. And the star, New England, is fading. That means the division will be wide open in the future. If Miami matures at just the right time (as others are falling), then we'll be well-positioned to take advantage.

Which of you morons thought we'd actually do ANYTHING this year? And what exactly did you think we'd do? Win the division? Get into the Playoffs? Maybe win a Playoff game? AND! SO WHAT? If you don't win the SB, then who cares what you did. And if anyone thought THIS team would win the SB, then you're too delusional for me to converse with.

So sit back, take your valium, and watch the team develop into whatever it's going to develop into (either a promising team or another flop).

Tannebust.
O TD's and 6 INT's on 3rd downs.Uhhuh.

We're #1
we're #1
we're #1.

Yup, because 9 games into a guys career is time to call it... Man that rules out: Steve Young, Elway, etc etc

STFU please, no one cares.

When the QB throws more INT's than TD's it's a problem.

Bruce youre an idiot.. go cheer for Tebow and the wets. If you cant understand hes a rookie that has only played 9 games in the NFL then you sir need to go on somewhere else. Hes a rookie and is going to have growing pains.. get over it.

matt moore,is that u?
lol

The talent was SO poor at the WR position that they brought TO and Edwards in off the street. Zach Miller? What's he done this year? How long are we going to keep calling this guy a top tier TE? Seriously! He's been invisible. Why? Major bust to date in Seattle and that's a FACT. I don't want to hear it's been all injuries. It hasn't. He hasn't been what he should have been. Turbin? Who the Hell is Turbin? Where did he play his College ball? When was he drafted? Nobody's talked about this guy before. I gave you Lynch but really guys like Tate and Baldwin have REALLY stepped up this year. But are we calling these guys stars? I believe you're making my point for me. IMO, Russell Wilson has made these guys better. That's the sign of a good QB.

Craig,

I was a HUGE Russell Wilson fan at Wisconsin & I still am. I'm not saying he's not playing well & that he's not a great athlete but let's see what our offense would like with Sydney Rice & Marshawn Lynch. As for Zach Miller being a "bust"...Not sure if you watch Seattle games BUT for whatever reasons Caroll doesn't throw the ball to his TE's. I know what kind of player/athlete Zack Miller is from when he played in Oakland so don't tell me he wouldn't be an upgrade to Fasano who can barely run. I wish we had "busts" with skills like his.

coyle has axed rt 2 hold a tackling clinic for his pathetic d for that stellar open field tackle that rt made on what would have been his 2nd pix six of the game.
lol

Ever hear of this Peyton Manning guy? Record for INTs? Better than a 4th year QB with the same problem (Jets).

I live in NY, so I hear more of the Jet bs then most here probably do. It is getting hilarious. GM getting fired 100% and maybe Rex too. Funny thing is this week last years scape goat (shotty) gets to take it to them. Seriously who hires Sparano as an OC?

If you look back from April to 2 1/2 months ago, NOBODY thought Tannehill would even see the field this year. Now, people are going to quibble over comparing stats (and with NO supporting cast)?

P E R S P E C T I V E

What bothers me MUCH more than QB, LB, and DB is the fact that we have spent so much money/so many picks on the Oline.

We can't keep our QB upright OR get our running game going. I HOPE these struggles are bcause Miami has switched from from a 'drive blocking' scheme to a 'zone blocking' scheme?!

"Yup, because 9 games into a guys career is time to call it... Man that rules out: Steve Young, Elway, etc etc

STFU please, no one cares."

And Peyton Manning & Eli Manning as well. Eli actually struggled for 3 or 4 years in New York okay!!! The first SB he won was very surprising to Giant fans based on how he had been playing prior to that.

Good point Matt. I think RT is figured out now with Martin, 10x better than Colombo already (still a rookie though and gets beat). Jerry wasn't supposed to be playing, but FA (can't remember) didn't pan out. Actually playing good though. Pouncy is solid. Really it has to do with Long's performance being down and I don't think anyone saw that coming. Incognito is Incognito, solid player, can play all the spots but penalties and lapses in judgement. In a perfect world a great back OL.

I wouldn't be suprised to see them grab a G in the draft, or if Long does go off (which I still doubt) tackle will be a high pick (1/2).

Nice post Matt

Do people actually think they will let Long walk?

I can't see it, Martin hasn't played well enough to think of using him to replace him.

You aren't get a FA tackle that is better.

You draft a rookie then have a 1st and 2nd year guy protecting what you're hoping is a Franchise QB.

I just don't see it.

"What bothers me MUCH more than QB, LB, and DB is the fact that we have spent so much money/so many picks on the Oline.

We can't keep our QB upright OR get our running game going. I HOPE these struggles are bcause Miami has switched from from a 'drive blocking' scheme to a 'zone blocking' scheme?!

Matt,

I fully agree with you. Outside of Pouncey the players this O-line have all struggled at some point this season. They've struggled with penalties & they've struggled with protection issues. Nine games into the season & I've seen improvement from Jerry & Martin but not from Long & Incognito.

Expect changes to this unit to come directly from Philbin next year. As a guy who made his bones as an O-line coach I can only imagine how disgusted he must be.

Hey!!!!!!!!!
Matt!!!!!!!!!!!!
BLOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
DASHI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Does that get U Off!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

FOOL!!!!!!!!"!!!!!!!!!!!" (Even put a Couple "" for Ur Pleasure!!!!!)

And Craig,

3 Rookies!! Are Top 5 In Tackles! Dansby #26 Burnett #75! C.Lofton #4! Lofton gets paid less than Burnett! Or1/5 of what Dansby makes!

R.Lewis! Backup has more tackles then Burnett! And by next week he will be ahead of Dansby!!

I've done my Job! And have repeated the Plan! And Given Proof! All the REAL Posters here have been awaken!!!!!!! To the HUGE FLAW!!! THAT IS THE LINE BACKERS!!!!!!!

Knowing Philbin. He knows!

Ur the only 1 who thinks the LB's Aren't the REAL PROBLEM ON DEFENSE!!!

AND TO THE OTHER TROLL FOOL!! U AND UR 1001 Names!! REPEATING THE SAME MORONIC!!! STATEMENTS!!! AGAIN!! ND AGAIN!!

DASHI KNOWS WHO THE REAL POSTERS ARE! U KNOW THAT AND THAT JUST DRIVES U CRAZY!! U FLAMING BIRD!! (Apparently U can't say Bird in Spanish on here!)

Dashi told U before the Season! And It's HAPPENED!!!! NOT BY WEEK 6!! SINCE U STILL WANTED TO THROW UR LAST COUPLE TANTRUMS!!

BUT UR IGNORANT RANTING!! HAS STOPPED!

U CAN SAY DASHI PUNKED U INTO SUBMISSION! UR DONE!!!

Even Odin is Done with Ur Corny Self!!! Must suck to be U! Ur life's work down the drain! Sort of like Oscar being a Doctor! 2 Birds of a Feather!

WHRBs,

Are you saying Carroll is consciously making a decision not to throw the ball to Miller? Maybe he doesn't want to win?

All I'm saying is, last year he was 25 catched for 233 yards and this year he's 23 for 285 yards and one TD. In 25 games he has ONE TD. He signed a five year $34 million contract. Whatever reasons you want to give, this guy has been a bust and a complete waste of money to date. Agreed?

You don't watch mahy Seahawk games do you? They don't throw to TE's. Zach Miller had an amzing TD catch this year. production at TE isn't the most important thing. Blocking is a big part of it. Especially with a rookie QB that scrambles.

Dashi,

You're an interesting guy. I don't even BEGIN to understand what you're saying but you're an interesting guy. If Kris can make any sense of what you rant about then he's a MUCH better guy than me.

ask a seahawk fan if he's a bust or a complete waste of money

Do people actually think they will let Long walk?

I can't see it, Martin hasn't played well enough to think of using him to replace him.

You aren't get a FA tackle that is better.

You draft a rookie then have a 1st and 2nd year guy protecting what you're hoping is a Franchise QB.

I just don't see it.

CommonSense,

I don't see him leaving either but I think it would be a huge mistake to keep him. We did the same thing with Vernon Carey when his play started going downhill & we paid the price for it. PFT has Long ranked in the 40's all NFL Tackles. Only the blind & the delusional homers can't see that he's not the same player this year.

BTW--I'd say Matt Kalil is getting it done in Minnesota for a rookie...

beerphin,

So just so I'm crystal clear on your last point, you sign a FA TE LAST year for 5 years and $34 million, so that he can block for the scrambling QB you KNEW you were going to be drafting THIS year? Are you f*cking kidding me? That's one of the dumbest comments I've read on here....EVER.

They sign a guy to a contract like that KNOWING that they don't throw to TEs. Yeah OK, that makes a lot of sense.

beerphin,

I HAVE asked Seahawk fans and they are all disgusting with his production through almost two years. Complete and total waste of money to date. The fact that you're defending his production so far in Seattle I actually find rather hilarious!

The 8th pic overall in the draft for the 32nd QB?? My grandma would be 32nd.

He's a valuable player that earned that much on the market. I guarantee you they'd have cut him or traded him if they thought he was a bust or waste of money... Miller is a great TE and they know what they have in him. Production isn't everything again.

Whrb's,

I'm measuring them by the tackles! Because the Dynamic Duo!! Make No Other Impact Plays on the Game!!! Sacks? Fumbles? Int's? Block anything? Passes Tipped? Anything!!

I've already said How Horrendous they are in Pass Coverage!!

They have the Highest % of PASSES COMPLETED ON THEM!! EVEN BARRY JACKSON!! SAID THIS A FEW WEEKS BACK!! BEFORE THE COLTS GAME!!! IT HAS ONLY GOTTEN WORST!!! Misi was the only one doing "OK" in coverage. And we've seen how misi has been playing recently!

What is it that Dashi says before every game? If these LB's Make Plays on 3rd Down we win the Game!!! I'ma say it again! This Thursday!!

And Let's not even start on the Mental aspect of the Position!!!

THIS IS DANSBY'S FIRST YEAR CALLING PLAYS AND LINING GUYS UP!!!

WHEN HAVE U SEEN THIS DEFENSE MAKE A PRESNAP ADJUSTMENT?

LIKE I SAID!!! U DON'T KNOW DEFENSE!!!!! IF U DON'T UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF THE MLB!!! On a Defense! Specially a 4-3!!

Now, I've stepped Down from my Original saying! That a MLB is the most Important Player on the Team! Cause we all KNOW THE QB IS THE MOST IMPORTANT POSITION IN ALL OF SPORTS!!!

But the 2nd Most IMPORTANT POSITION ON A TEAM IS A MLB!!!

Again, Don't tell me It can't be done!! Look at the Seahawks!! They redid the Whole LB crew since Pete went to Seattle!

He got rid of A.Curry a top 5 Pick!! Got rid of the MLB!!! And replaced them with some Young Guys!! That Can Play!

Dansby and Burnett are not that good!

Again, Yes! Another CB is a Priority!

But the True Leader of Any Great Defense!! Is The MLB!!!! why is that?

Name a TOP 5 Defense! Bet U know the MLB! Now name the starting Secondary?

Just change QB's. Struggling offense fixed.

Have the 4 other rookie QB's hit that so called rookie wall?...[yes/no]

"Are you saying Carroll is consciously making a decision not to throw the ball to Miller? Maybe he doesn't want to win?

All I'm saying is, last year he was 25 catched for 233 yards and this year he's 23 for 285 yards and one TD. In 25 games he has ONE TD. He signed a five year $34 million contract. Whatever reasons you want to give, this guy has been a bust and a complete waste of money to date. Agreed?"

Craig,

No Craig I'm saying that Pete Carroll likes to use his TE's more for blocking than for receiving. The Seahawks are 6-4 so obviously something is working. If you recall a guy named Mike Martz had the same philosophy.

Do I think Seattle is paying too much money for Miller based on the lack of offensive production they are getting from Miller??? Absolutely. However I just see Miller being in the wrong offense. His first 4 years in the NFL as one of the best pass catching TE's were not a fluke & I'd gladly take Seattle's "bust" over Fasano.

beerphin,

Absolutely hilarious, man! They're not going to cut him because of cap ramifications.

The question is: Based on his production to date, you're saying he's been a good signing? What are you a closet 'Hawk fan or something? Have him in Fantasy Football? I think it's you who needs to go and talk to a few 'Hawk fans. You don't pay a guy $34 mil so he can block for your team.

And by the way, there's no trade market for this guy making that kind of money. 'Hawks were the only team that showed interest in him when he was a FA, must to my surprise and others. Complete bust so far...case closed!

In a WC offense the LT is not as depended upon as they are in other systems. That alone makes Long more expendable. That also makes me wonder why Long is struggling so much. If his struggles continue I could see Miami trying out Martin at LT. He was originally a LT and playing LT is deferent from playing RT. I am not saying Miami should let him walk but him going to another team at this point is not out of the question, specially if he stands firm on a big contract. For those who say there is n way that is happening, just take a look at Mario Williams.

The guy catches everything thrown at him and Carroll has sated numerous times his drop in production had nothing to do with him not getting it done. IT had to do with him having to block with a young line that was shabby and had injuries last year. This year it isn't as bad and they are trying to get him the ball down field now more. He's a great blocker. Is that a fault? Get this through your thick skull... production is not everything for the third time. Zach Miller is a great TE.

You don't watch mahy Seahawk games do you? They don't throw to TE's. Zach Miller had an amzing TD catch this year. production at TE isn't the most important thing. Blocking is a big part of it. Especially with a rookie QB that scrambles.

Beerphin,

As you can see Craig tends to get a little excitable. Although he doesn't watch the Seahawks play on a consistent basis he seems very comfortable labeling a top tier TE "a bust."

He also seems to think that Wilson doesn't have more weapons than Tannehill does so there's that too.

WHRBs,

I've always liked Miller too. My very simple point is, based on his first two years in Seattle the team hasn't gotten their money's worth. Agree or disagree?

And the 'Hawks are 6-4 DESPITE minimal contributions from Miller, not because of him. That would be like me saying, 'Boy those Packers are a good team, so it must mean Finley's doing a good job'.

Tannehill has benefitted from one of the best OL in the league plus an easy schedule. He's still terrible. If we could redo the draft I wouldnt take Tannehill in any round. If you dont win in college its unlikely you'll win in the pro's. Ross was too cheap to pay Matt Flynn and Philbin is too stupid to play Moore.

And Ireland cant draft a QB to save his life.

Good point Ripp. I do also remember (somewhat) an article when they first hired Philbin and his first impressions of the players. He liked Long, but he preffered athletic linemen for his blocking schemes. Long is more of the Parcells/running game style OC.

Tough spot either way. If his play doesn't improve do you pay him hoping he returns to his former self or do you let him walk and hope he isn't a probowler somewhere else.

Hopefully he gets his crap together and obviously deserves an extension.

The guy catches everything thrown at him and Carroll has sated numerous times his drop in production had nothing to do with him not getting it done. IT had to do with him having to block with a young line that was shabby and had injuries last year. This year it isn't as bad and they are trying to get him the ball down field now more. He's a great blocker. Is that a fault? Get this through your thick skull... production is not everything for the third time. Zach Miller is a great TE.

Beerphin,

Thank you!!! Now explain to him that Jake Long is not worth extending for $12-15 Million a year. He's quite stubborn.

beerphin,

My skull is just fine but thanks for the concern. Last time before I go guys, Zach Miller, for the money he's been paid has been a complete and total waste of money. You guys keep painting it 'the wrong offence', 'a young OL' or whatever other excuse you want to come up with, I'm simply saying, COMPLETE AND TOTAL WASTE OF MONEY TO DATE.

Capache?

Tannehill also knew the offense. He didnt have to learn a playbook like Moore did.

I think we are going to do a Big # on the Bills.

Poor play from our LB's are the cause of our failing defense. When safeties and BD are stacking the line we had had more negative yardage plays that when the LB's do. This will be exposed when we play NE. Their TE will have a field day against our LB's.

WHRBs,

I'm just not sure where it's written that I have to agree with everything you have to say. It has nothing to do with stubborn. You have your beliefs and I have mine. I think the evidence is CLEARLY there that Miller's been a waste of money so far. You and beerphin can hang onto this belief that he's a great blocker and that's why they paid the money for him. Interesting though that Seattle was the ONLY team to show interest in this guy. Hmmm....wonder what that could mean? Top tier TE but when he was out there in FA, nobody wanted him. Must have been a coincidence. Hmmm......must have meant he would have played in the wrong offence. Any chance Seattle was wrong and everyone else was right? ONLY team.....look it up.

True Vazman, but Tannehill still did outplay him. The plan at first was Moore or Garrard.

It is still way to early to judge the kid so far, but honestly I like what I've seen out of him. Better QB play than Miami has gotten in awhile.

And don't get me wrong I liked Moore. Was fine with them going forward with him. The one thing people forget about Moore is that he fumbled A LOT.

"My skull is just fine but thanks for the concern. Last time before I go guys, Zach Miller, for the money he's been paid has been a complete and total waste of money. You guys keep painting it 'the wrong offence', 'a young OL' or whatever other excuse you want to come up with, I'm simply saying, COMPLETE AND TOTAL WASTE OF MONEY TO DATE.

Capache?"

Craig,

If he's doing what his coaches want him to do & the team is winning then it's not a waste of money.

If they're counting on him for more offensive production (which they are not) & the team is losing then yes it WOULD be a waste of money.

You can have Fasano with his 7.7 yards per catch average & I'll take Miller who has the ability to stretch the field.

Miller was out there for a VERY long time as an UFA. Why did nobody sign him? 'Top tier TE' we're told. 'Catches everything that's thrown to him'. 'Great blocker'. Nobody wanted him. How come? Could it be that he just wasn't worth the money? Certainly his first two years in Seattle show that.

Yeah I know....let's blame the coach. He doesn't want to utilize his top TE.

I think we are going to do a Big # on the Bills.

Posted by: oscar canosa | November 14, 2012 at 02:30 PM


oscar, you havent picked a winner all season. Its a good thing you're not a betting man! LOL

Common Sense,

When was the last time U saw a LB play sideline to sideline? For Miami? Z.Thomas.

And Tackles in the Passing Game?

Real LB's Own The AREA! FROM THE LOS TO THE FIRST DOWN MARKER!! That's LB land!! Not Safety or DB Territory! LB's own anything below the Imaginary Yellow Line! At least Real LB's DO!

THE FINS GET ABUSED WITH THE SHORT PASSING GAME!! RUN A SLANT BETWEEN A LB AND A CB! FIRST DOWN!! RUN A Shallow CROSSING ROUTE! First Down!!! Screen! Pass the D-LINE! FIRST DOWN!!

Unless 1 of the DE's are in pursuit!!

Zach Miller = Complete TE
In reality Miller is untouchable in Seattle. Coaches love him and fans aren't upset. They wouldn't trade him or cut him if they could. I have never played fantasy football in my life. I'm not the one stuck on numbers.

Craig,

Let's just agree to disagree. This conversation is going nowhere.

Ok Chicken Littles... The true fans, like myself, always have optimism for a winning season, but right now we are still growing and rebuilding with Philbin. This isn't 2008 where a franchise QB falls in our lap and a weak schedule. No matter how you spin it, we are rebuilding but as an optimistic fan, we have the draft picks next year to start building for the future. Yes, I like everyone else wants to win now, but if you give them some time it will all come together. Why ask for Philbin's head after 9 games? He will be the Head Coach for many years to come, IMO, and we will build through the draft. That's the way contenders do it, and that's how I believe this regime will approach it as well. No more over spending on Diva's and high priced over the hill veterans. We build through the draft where the salaries will be relatively cheap for four years. If they become a beast, then we sign them for the big money.
I say we let Jake Long go next year (not worth 12-15million a year) and draft a RT tackle and move Martin to LT. Find a great young MLB and a WR that can stretch the field and also a CB or Safety for our back end. We could find some stop gaps in between in FA, maybe the WR comes from there and we draft a few more pieces. Can we still sneak in the playoff? Sure, but we'll have to see. Hopefully they do well against San Fran since I'll be at that game.

WIN, LOOSE, OR TIE... DOLPHINS TILL' I DIE!

Zach Miller = Complete TE
In reality Miller is untouchable in Seattle. Coaches love him and fans aren't upset. They wouldn't trade him or cut him if they could. I have never played fantasy football in my life. I'm not the one stuck on numbers.

Beerphin,

Never played fantasy football & never will. It's like if a WR makes three or four unbelievable catches in critical situations to sustain drives & not score TD's he's a failure but if some clown scores two meaningless TD's after his team has been pummeled by 30 points that guy is a STUD. Fantasy football has totally altered how people view the NFL & it's actually very petty & annoying.

I'd rather franchise Jake Long and try to trade him then let him walk for free...

Mando,
You are such a phony!
3 weeks ago when we were an amazing 4-3 you proclaimed that
- Tannehill was indeed an elite, franchise QB and
- Dolphins are back to the Super Bowl winning ways of Big-Dan-13

Today all of that has changed.
By the time the San Fran game is over you will have completely turned your back on Tannehill.

I don't have the score yet, but I'll tell you later, when I gather more information.

Furthermore,
Reggie Bush and Jake Long have both told the organization, through thier agents, that they will not be re-signing here.
The definition of 'Free Agency' is that BOTH parties are 'Free' to test the market.

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