Brownout: Dolphins fall, use No. 1 back sparingly

By Hugo Guzman  |   Monday, September 17, 2007  |  Comments( 7 )

Miami Dolphins
By the looks of things, it seems as if Ronnie Brown is on his way out of Miami. The Dolphins fell at home to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, 37-20, but perhaps most depressing for Miami fans is that for the second week in a row, the team's 2005 second overall pick was used sparingly. Instead, head coach Cam Cameron chose to rely almost exclusively...
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CommentsComments: 7
No.1
Craig
09:21 AM
09/17/2007
I think Coach Cameron has handed the offensive call duties back to Mike Mularkey since this is looking like the offense of last year with Ronnie Brown looking good but not getting any touches and the QB throwing the ball up all the time and getting intercepted more than can be accepted.
Give Ronnie the ball we'll ware the other teams down, we'll have more chance of staying in games if we give ram it down there throats instead of tosing it into the defences hands.
Brown may not be LT, like Cameron would like, but who is apart from the guy on the west coast.
No.2
fr8ttrain
09:40 AM
09/17/2007
Wow! Are the Dolphins really this bad?? I guess the true test will be vs. Oakland. Lose that game and it's rock bottom for the Fins.
No.3
joe
09:44 AM
09/17/2007
i totally think its a very big mistake to give up on brown i would take him over chatman, i do believe cameron don't like brown becouse he didn't draft him. where is the back he drafted in the third round. if he getts traded the team that picks him up made a bargan
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