Written by Matthew Cannata | Twitter: @PhinManiacs
Things are starting to get ugly in Miami and if they lose today, the wheels may fall off the track. Many players on the Miami Dolphins are upset with a wide variety of things and several of them privately spoke to Barry Jackson and Armando Salguero this past week.
According to Jackson, defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle let his players know that he was very upset that the Miami Herald reported that players were furious about various calls and schemes of Coyle's strategy against the Kansas City Chiefs. Coyle came under the most fire after he let Olivier Vernon cover a tight end across the middle and he also let Cameron Wake and Jason Trusnik cover a running back out of the backfield. Both plays resulted in a touchdown.
While several players voiced their concerns to the media, Coyle, in an angry tone, told his players that he doesn't want the media to know about any more of their complaints. Things may start getting very interesting soon in Miami.