The 'Black Monday' of the NFL has arrived and Brian Flores is included

Chain victorious seasons were not enough for what Brian Flores retain his post as Miami Dolphins head coach.

The Dolphins fired Flores on Monday, a decision that in a certain way surprised just 24 hours after the team closed the regular season with a 9-8 record and a win over New England.

The cessation of Flores joined those of Mike Zimmer and Matt Nagy, their counterparts in the Vikings of Minnesota and the Bears de Chicago, respectively. Both franchises fired their CEOs: Minnesota a Rick Spielman Y Chicago a Ryan Pace.

Minnesota will change direction after being out of playoffs for the second year in a row. Zimmer accumulated a 72-56-1 in eight seasons, and of 2-3 in the playoffs.

The luck of Large I was lying behind a 6-11 season with the Bears and that culminated in a loss at Minnesota el domingo. Large he was 34-31 in four seasons.

Flores kneaded a 24-25 record in his three seasons in Miami, unable to qualify for the playoffs. Set closed this season with eight wins in his last nine games.

“I made the decision to break the bond with Brian Flores”said the Dolphins coach Stephen Ross. “After evaluating our present as an organization and what we need to do to move forward, I determined that key dynamics of our organization were not working at the level that I wanted and I feel that this decision is in the best interests of the Miami Dolphins.”.

Ross graduated from the University of Michigan and the largest donor in the history of that academic center, and it is conjectured that the Dolphins could include Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh in the list of candidates to take the reins.

Flores, son of Hondurans, was hired in February 2019 and undertook a team restructuring. Miami started 0-7 in his first season, 1-3 in the above Y 1-7 in the present. But the Dolphins always went from low to high, going 20-8 in games played in November, December and January with Flores.

“The credit goes to the players and coaches”Flores said Sunday after the 33-24 win over New England, With which they swept the Patriots for the first time since 2000.

Miami’s next quarterback will be the 11th since his most recent playofs victory on December 30, 2000. Dave Wannstedt was the coach at the time and was replaced, in order, by Jim Bates, Nick Saban, Cam Cameron, Tony Sparano, Todd Bowles, Joe Philbin, Dan Campbell, Adam Gase Y Flores.

“I think we have a talented youth cast and we have a chance to improve in 2022”, says Ross.

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