FOX Sports’ Jimmy Johnson shares thoughts on the Dolphins’ 2021 season

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When you start off a season underachieving, analysts around the league are going to start taking notice and playing coach to figure out what’s wrong with the organization.

For the Dolphins, this is exactly where they find themselves after losing five of their first six games of the 2021 campaign. They have been so poor at times that even their old coaches are being asked about their problems.

On Colin Cowherd’s “The Herd” on Fox Sports, former Dolphins coach Jimmy Johnson assessed the Dolphins’ performance against the Jaguars in Week 6 and their year as a whole.

“Yep, some very disappointing losses for the Dolphins fans down here,” Johnson said. “[There were] a couple of questionable challenges yesterday in the ball game cost them a couple of timeouts. [They have] an inconsistent running game. I really like what Brian Flores was doing a year ago, and this year things just haven’t fallen into place. Obviously, Tua [Tagovailoa] not being healthy, that probably hurt them a few games, and I think the jury is still out on just how good Tua is.”

Johnson has some of the very same questions that many of the fans are asking themselves right now. Is Tagovailoa the franchise quarterback? Is Brian Flores the right coach for this team?

These are important questions that need to be asked after losing that game to that team.

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