Written by Matthew Cannata at 3:00 PM EST | Twitter: @PhinManiacs
It seems that the Miami Dolphins have solicited the advice from almost everyone in the building on how to improve the offense. Each week, there’s a different suggestion from a different person and this week, it was Jarvis Landry’s turn to suggest what the team can do to get more consistent.
“I don’t know. I think it just starts with everybody. It starts from pre-snap all the way to the final whistle. It’s just one of those things, everybody doing their job and counting on each other to be in the spots that they are supposed to be in and making plays I think that is what it’s about.”
When talking about chunk plays, Landry said that they need to all get together on the same page and work together to make things happen. Whether it’s the offensive line, the receiver corps, running back or even quarterback, Landry suggested that it’s always something different so it’s hard to key in on one thing.
“You can never point out a key one thing, one person or one… it’s just one of the things that we just kind of have to get together as we continue to grow we just have to complement each other. Whether it’s the o-line or the quarterback or the running back or the receivers we just got to complement each other and make plays for each other.”
“We just try to take advantage of that opportunity that we get. Sometimes the teams going to do a great job on their side of the ball, but I think for us, we just have to continue to play fast, continue to make plays, the little plays that are there, continue to move the chains and then I think that we will be a successful offense.”
There have been reports that some players are disgruntled with the offense and their role in it but Landry dismissed that idea and instead, said that it’s because the offense is struggling as a whole.
“I wouldn’t say that anybody is frustrated, but last game that was a little struggle for us, but I think the beauty about it is we have another opportunity this week. We have to look at it, be optimistic about it and just go out there and continue to make plays for the team. I think that’s the best thing and best attitude to take from this point on.”
Let’s hope the Dolphins offense can get on track on Sunday against the San Diego Chargers because they will need to be firing on all cylinders if they want a chance to win the game.