The buzz is going around the NFL that its only a matter of time until Tony Sparano will be fired. Many Dolphins thought that Sparano being let go would happen immediately after the Dolphins loss to the Chargers but that would require Steve Ross and the Dolphins organization to work logically and we all know that’s not happening.
According to a wide variety of sources including ESPN (http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/
Since winning the division Tony’s record is a lacklustre 14-22 and has failed to get the Dolphins a winning record.
If you have had the bad omen of being forced to watch a Dolphins game, you’ll realize that no team in the NFL is more boring to watch then Sparano’s Dolphins. Although Sparano seems to be a motivating characters as most confuse him with mob boss Tony Soprano, yet Tony has failed to get his team prepared to play on a weekly basis.
Being a die hard Dolphins fan myself, it’s obvious to see Tony Sparano’s biggest weakness. Tony would rather get a field goal and 3 points then roll the dice and go for 7.
In the modern day NFL you simply don’t win games by getting 3 instead of 7.
The Dolphins moved Sparano’s press conference for the day until tomorrow but I wouldn’t read to much into that. Steven Ross is trying to create the best NFL fan experience and create a buzz in Miami and he is going to run out of patience with Sparano.
For Dolphins fans that want consoling, every game Sparano coaches is a game closer to Andrew Luck, so don’t sweat it!no comments