The Dolphins have installed an uptempo offense under new coach Joe Philbin with a goal of running perhaps 90 plays per game. "That's a lot of plays," running back Reggie Bush said. "I was just asking our running back coach (Jeff Nixon), 'Is this going to be the temp in the game?' We're pretty fast right now, but usually we practice faster than we should play. I don't know, we'll see. Hopefully the tempo will go down a little bit and save some guys because that's a lot of plays in one game." Aside from the faster speed, Bush says the Dolphins are adapting to their new offense well. "I don't think it's too bad. For the most part, I think everybody's doing a good job at picking it up. The rookies are doing a good job getting in there and learning behind the veterans. I think the veterans are doing a good job of picking up the new system and really just trying to play fast. I think everyone is doing a good job with that."
Bush Unsure Of Miami's New Uptempo Offense