Joe Philbin owes his current job, in no small part, to the amazing success of the 2011 Packers.
Maybe he believes the best way to stay employed is to replicate that success here in Miami.
He is certainly brought the blueprint with him: Get offensive weapons — the more, the better.
The signings of Mike Wallace, Dustin Keller and Brandon Gibson dominated the headlines — both here and around the country — in the first week of offseason. Left unreported: How exactly the Dolphins intend to use Brian Hartline, Davone Bess and all those new toys.
A source familiar with the Dolphins’ thinking said the plan is to duplicate the open, diverse offense that Philbin led in Green Bay. And for good reason. The Packers won the Super Bowl in 2010, and Aaron Rodgers was the league’s MVP the year after.
Dolphins hoping to duplicate Green Bay Packers’ open, diverse offense
Miami Herald | Mar 17