Dolphins are understandably upset about losing Sunday night's game against the Dolphins and seem to be pointing the finger at the defense, special teams and the wildcat.
As for the latter, SB Nation's The Phinsider says maybe the wildcat has run its course. On Sunday, the Dolphins ran it seven times for three yards.
Listen, I understand that the Wildcat originally had a purpose. I know it was meant to cover up for other deficiencies this team had. And I still think the basic Wildcat runs can be effective plays in the right situations. But the timing of some of these calls from Dan Henning are just terrible. You don't call it when the passing game is just getting into a rhythm and has moved the ball down the field for the first time all game - as Henning did early in the second quarter. You don't let Ronnie Brown throw the ball late in the third when it's a one point game. And you certainly do not call a Wildcat reverse to Patrick Cobbs on 1st down from NY's 36 in the fourth quarter of a four point game.
Check out SB Nation's The Phinsider to see what Dolphins fans are saying about the 31-23 loss on Sunday night.