There is a dark cloud hovering over the Dolphins headquarters right now but Adam Gase is trying to remain positive. After three straight prime time losses, the Dolphins appear to be a rather bad football team at the moment. The defense which was playing some good football has suddenly been non-existent these past three games. Luckily they get Ryan Fitzpatrick on Sunday and hopefully a win to lift everyone’s spirits.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase says hope not lost, team's talent wasn't overestimated | Miami Herald
Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase indicated his team remains very much in contention.
What Miami Dolphins’ Adam Gase said in the wake of another prime-time debacle | The Daily Dolphin
Here's what Adam Gase said Tuesday in the wake of that 45-21 debacle against the Carolina Panthers: Says "effort is really hard to question with this group ... sometimes guys try to cover for other guys, that's where you see some of those big plays occurring.
Adam Gase Discusses How Miami Dolphins Can Turn Things Around « CBS Miami
"We just have to really re-group and get things back on track," said Gase.
That once-stout Miami Dolphins run defense has vanished into thin air | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — This was not the irate Adam Gase of two weeks ago. No. This was the measured Adam Gase. At times even the upbeat Adam Gase. And why not? The Dolphins had just suffered their third consecutive lackluster defeat in prime time, and if the tough love he administered following the Bal...
Dolphins S T.J. McDonald says he’ll get even better after season debut | The Daily Dolphin
CHARLOTTE, N.C.—The Dolphins waited a long time to finally get new safety T.J. McDonald on the field, but the delay was tougher on him than the team.
Dolphins at Panthers
Miami Dolphins criticized by analysts, former NFL executives after loss to Carolina Panthers | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins received plenty of deserved criticism after their 45-21 loss at Carolina.
Miami Dolphins defense in disbelief after getting mauled by Panthers | The Daily Dolphin
CHARLOTTE, N.C.—Rey Maualuga knew it was bad, but when he heard total numbers on what the Dolphins defense allowed in the 45-21 loss to Carolina on Monday, he thought it had to be a misprint. Miami gave up 548 yards, just seven short of being the worst game by an NFL team this season.
Miami Dolphins’ Adam Gase on 548 yards allowed: ‘It just snowballed.’ | The Daily Dolphin
CHARLOTTE — The Miami Dolphins defense allowed the Carolina Panthers to gain a franchise-record 548 yards on Monday Night Football, including 294 rushing yards. The Panthers scored touchdowns on five consecutive drives, including the first four of the second half.
Miami Dolphins are baffled, lost, shamed; time to question everything | The Daily Dolphin
CHARLOTTE — Cam Wake was saying he is lost, was saying he is baffled, was saying his mind is blown. And he's a Miami Dolphins player. Imagine how hard it is for an observer to parse through all the reasons why the Dolphins have lost three in a row, why their strong defense is suddenly d...
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