Written by Matthew Cannata | Twitter: @PhinManiacs
The Miami Dolphins are getting ready to take on the New England Patriots and offensive coordinator Bill Lazor can't wait to get his new look offense on the field. During his press conference earlier today, Lazor hinted that the offense may look a bit different than what we all saw in preseason.
“I think we have certain decisions we have to make and the strategy of how we’d like to approach each game,” Lazor said. “We’ll probably keep those to ourselves. Now as far as adjusting goes, I don’t think of it as adjusting anymore. I think we’re here, we’ve been working at it a long time. We’ve put a lot of time and effort in, players and coaches. This is who we are and it’s our turn now to step out and prove it.”
Lazor continued to talk about how they will have a different game-plan and strategy each week depending on the opponent so we really won't know what to expect coming into the game each week during the 2014 NFL season. Lazor also said that he will call plays from the sideline throughout the season.
“Some weeks we’re going to do it running the ball more. Some weeks we’re going to do it throwing it more. But every single guy that gets the ball in his hand has got to run with a certain kind of attitude and every guy that’s blocking has got to block with a certain kind of attitude. And this weekend I think the players will have the ability to show that.”
No one, except the players and coaching staff, knows what to expect when the Dolphins take the field on Sunday against the Patriots. I predict that the Dolphins will surprise a lot of people with a fast-paced offense, including no-huddle and other wrinkles that we didn't see during the preseason. It's definitely going to be something to keep an eye on this Sunday.