After another disappointing loss for the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, head coach Joe Philbin addressed the job securities of both himself and his staff.

By SI Wire
October 04, 2015

After another disappointing loss for the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, head coach Joe Philbin addressed the job securities of both himself and his staff.

In the press conference following their 27–14 defeat at the hands of the Jets, Philbin said that he talked with owner Stephen Ross and that he is not concerned about the status of his job.  

"Nope, not at all," Philbin said. "I'm worried about getting this team straightened out, fixed and getting our team ready to play the Tennessee Titans."

Philbin also said that he has no plans for firing defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle, who has come under pressure after the the team's defensive has struggled. The Dolphins’ defense is currently 29th in yards per game and is giving up an average of 25.2 points. 

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