The Miami brass isn’t calling this a rebuilding year, but after a 6-10 season that saw them lose seven straight to start, Miami brought in a new head coach in Joe Philbin, traded star receiver Brandon Marshall, and drafted a QB for the future.
All those make it pretty apparent this is, in fact, a rebuilding year for the Dolphins.
“I really don’t know how you can start off a season 0-7, have that much trouble moving the ball, and not be in a rebuilding mode the next year; especially when you have so much turnover,” said Julian. “There were a couple of things Miami started doing well at the end of the season, but they brought in a rookie quarterback to be the face of the franchise for the future. If the organization isn’t calling it a rebuilding year, I’d say it’s fair for a fan or someone else to call it rebuilding "
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