Joe Philbin Is The New Dolphins Head Coach

ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting that Green Bay Packers OC Joe Philbin has agreed to be the next Miami Dolphins head coach.

Mike McCarthy called the plays in Green Bay, and the Packers offense has been 4th, 5th, 3rd, 10th and 1st in points scored with Philbin there.

The Dolphins have dynamic weapons in Brandon Marshall, Reggie Bush (who just had his first 1000-yard season), Davone Bess and Anthony Fasano. Charles Clay has looked really good at times, and Philbin may want to evaluate Clyde Gates, who has phenomenal speed.

The question now is: Wouldn’t free agent QB Matt Flynn feel most comfortable in the offense in which he threw 6 TDs in? Free agency begins March 13th.

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