Following a loss to the New York Jets in London, there was expected to be a big shakeup on the Miami Dolphins' coaching staff. The first big move came on Monday as the team fired head coach Joe Philbin, but more are expected to come.
According to Albert Breer of NFL Network, a decision on whether to keep defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle is expected to come on Tuesday. Interim head coach Dan Campbell has been given the keys to the ship and has the power to let anyone on his staff go, so it's his call.
It wouldn't be a surprise to see Coyle let go given the struggles the Dolphins have had on defense. Miami has recorded just one sack this season with guys like Ndamukong Suh, Cameron Wake, and Olivier Vernon on the roster. The Dolphins are last in the league in that category, with the next closest team having five sacks.
Campbell has a decision to make regarding Coyle, and by the numbers, it may not be a difficult one.
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