Written by Matthew Cannata | Twitter: @PhinManiacs
On the surface, this headline makes sense. A team is 1-2 with 13 more games to go. However, anyone who has watched the Miami Dolphins play the last two weeks know that there are major concerns with the team, which is why the vast majority of fans are panicking about the remainder of the season and the future of this team. There are just way too many holes right now and it doesn’t look like it will be fixed any time soon. However, Cortland Finnegan thinks that it will be fixed and doesn’t want anyone to panic.
“It’s tough, what do you do? You have to work even harder, you have to fine tune the little things. You have to get back to the basics. It’s no need to panic. I think there are things on film that we can definitely learn from, we can get better. I would tell the fans not to panic as well. We are going to get it right, we are going to fix it. We are going to continue to stay committed to one another and work harder. I think if every individual takes a step up in their preparation and just football, I think it gets us one step closer to winning football games.”
We will see what happens on Sunday against the Oakland Raiders but right now, I think it’s safe to say that many Dolphins fans today aren’t getting their hopes up and will watch on Sunday without much confidence.