Walter, being a life long Dolphins fan since 1972, there are few here who have endured as many heartbreaks as I have over the decades so once again, in this post responding to yours and echoing what I've said many times over already... Adam Gase came into Miami in 2016...a first time head coach and took a team that was 6-10 the previous year, with virtually the same roster from 2015 and finished the season 10-6...including a 6 game winning streak and unfortunately having to play the last 3 regular season games with the backup quarterback under center and we STILL went to the playoffs. 2017 was the season from hell, with everything that could go wrong, going wrong. A schedule that had us travelling 12,000 miles in the first 5 games of the season, losing our starting quarterback, a catastrophic hurricane that not only caused the postponement of our first game and the loss of our bye, but the distraction of players and team staff having to worry about their families in the aftermath of said hurricane...all while still trying to do their job...the signing of a retired quarterback which made sense on paper, but didn't ever pan out as he never truly un-retired...an offensive line that played so poorly due to its coach being a strung coke head. The fact that we won 6 games last season is a miracle in itself. I'm actually quite confident we're going to win 10 games next season and for someone whose been through as many heartaches as I have since 1972 that in itself, says something.