Joe Philbin is on the hot seat for the Dolphins, but he won't be left alone in London.
The Miami Dolphins are leaving London with a disappointing 1-3 record amid plenty of criticism of their beleaguered coaching staff. It will be a long flight back to Miami as the Dolphins mull yet another loss in what was expected to be a breakthrough season.
Head coach Joe Philbin and defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle are already on the hot seat, so Jay Busbee of Yahoo Sports tweeted out the idea of leaving Philbin in the Heathrow Airport lost-and-found after Miami’s 27-14 loss to the Jets.
The airport then had some more fun at Philbin’s expense.
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@jaybusbee Hi Jay, we apologise but we do not process people at lost-and-found.
What might be less fun is the team making some changes very soon. Philbin is 24-28 in three-plus seasons, and improvement was expected this season after the high-priced free-agent addition of defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.