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As if getting cohesion along an offensive line and forming a connection between the quarterback and star wide receiver wasn't enough, the Dolphins are also trying to implement a new offense.
Seen in this picture is Bill Lazor, Miami's new offensive coordinator who's trying to bring the offense back to 2014. Last season, Miami's offense seemed stuck in 1994 with a dash of 1984, which is a lot like a radio station that advertises the best of the '70s, '80s, '90s and today, only the playlist heavily features Amy Grant, Michael Bolton and plays "We Built This City" and "Seasons In The Sun" on the hour, every hour.
Lazor's offense will include such features as moving Wallace around (he was always in the same place last season) and involve using Michael Egnew as a joker tight end (which was the original intent of drafting him), among other ideas.
The offense comes from Philadelphia, where Lazor, the quarterbacks coach, helped Nick Foles put together one of the best seasons by any quarterback and also saw an offense that produced the leading rusher in the league.
If successful in Miami, the Dolphins should be a playoff team, but like I've said about everything else, for it to be effective, the work has to begin now.
Let's see what they will do, and let's enjoy the upcoming training camp.
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