DAVIE, FL - FEBRUARY 4: (L - R) Chairman of the Board/Managing General Partner Stephen M. Ross, Head coach Brian Flores, and General Manager Chris Grier pose for a photograph after Flores was introduced as the new head coach of the Miami Dolphins on February 4, 2019 at the Miami Dolphins training facility in Davie, Florida. (Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images)

Brian Flores New England Defensive Genius Becomes Dolphins Head Coach

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For most fans the Super Bowl LIII was a boring match because of the lack of Touchdowns but looking on another perspective it was a defensive masterpiece.
Shutting down the offensive machine of Los Angles Rams to zero in the first half and just finishing with 3 points in the game would have been unthinkable similar to shutting the Kansas City Chiefs to zero first half points.
Both of those scenarios happened and the Miami Dolphins didn’t waste any time in hiring Brian Flores, the Patriots defensive playcaller of the 4-hour defensive masterpiece.
It takes more than a head coach to turn things around but if we can remember Bill Belichick himself won two Super Bowls as defensive coordinator prior to joining the New England Patriots.
Miami Dolphins General manager Chris Grier has high hopes for Brian Flores and that he will be able to help rebuild the Dolphins until they become Super Bowl contenders.
Both Grier and Flores are former Patriot scouts and has a lot of knowledge from the ground up all the way to contender level.
It will still be a few years before we see how this move turns out but I would say that getting Championship caliber leadership is a very good way to start.