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If Miami Dolphins struggle this season, tons of reasonable excuses

This Sept. 5, 2017 satellite image provided by NASA shows Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean. Irma roared into the Caribbean with record force early Wednesday, its winds shaking homes and flooding buildings on a chain of small islands along a path toward Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Cuba and a possible direct hit on South Florida. (NASA via AP)

DAVIE — When Adam Gase’s news conference opened on Tuesday afternoon, he was asked 18 consecutive questions about Hurricane Irma.

Gase didn’t have any answers. And of course, that was not his fault.

Gase isn’t going to want to hear this, but if the Miami Dolphins win four or five or six games this season, it’s going to be said and written that it wasn’t Gase’s fault.

Oh, there may be some blame about a decision to punt instead of going for it on fourth down, or about why Gase started a certain journeyman guard over another, but before his second season has even kicked off, Gase has been dealt a series of truly unlucky hands.

Some thought it was unfair that the Dolphins opened last season on the road at Seattle and New England, two perennial juggernauts.

That was nothing compared to the series of …read more

Source:: Palm Beach Post