Adam Gase is a little fired up after Sunday’s performance against the Jets. Gase even remarked that there may be some changes on offense, which is very similar to the Titans game last season. After that game, the team went on winning streak and made the playoffs. So can this team rebound after Sunday’s loss?
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Are the Dolphins a good team that lost and can recover or are they something else? | Miami Herald
Good teams lose. We know that because many teams with losses win championships. Only one team has gone through a season without losing and I don’t have to remind you who that was.
Lineup, scheme changes possible after Dolphins' loss to Jets | Miami Herald
Adam Gase has seen enough. He’s prepared to make significant changes to his offense after a no-show performance against the Jets.
Dolphins Offensive Line
Dolphins’ Bushrod: National anthem protest not why we lost to Jets | Miami Herald
It’s an easy (if unfair) connection to make: The Miami Dolphins lost to the New York Jets Sunday because their heads were on the national anthem. It’s also wrong, guard Jermon Bushrod says.
Defense must improve with Saints looming - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Opposing QBs have completed nearly 80 percent of their passes and have a passer rating of 116.4 against the Dolphins through two games.
Dolphins Timmons hoping for Miami return after Steelers visits; Dolphins nuggets | Miami Herald
A six-pack of Monday Dolphins nuggets
Reshad Jones' healthy return helps shore up Dolphins' run defense | Miami Herald
The Dolphins’ meltdown in the Meadowlands wasn’t on the defense. By and large, that side of the ball held up its end of the bargain.
Dolphins at Jets
Is Dolphins' loss to Jets a 'wake-up call' or sign of things to come?
Miami Dolphins players essentially admitted Sunday that they let their guard down against a big rival.
How could the tanking New York Jets stun the surging Miami Dolphins? | The Daily Dolphin
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Adam Gase slammed the gum in his mouth into a plastic garbage can and then annoyingly tossed aside some plastic recovery shake before starting his brief post-game news conference. This one is going to take some time to recover from.
NBC’s Tony Dungy: Miami Dolphins’ Stills, Thomas ‘are not unpatriotic SOBs’ | The Daily Dolphin
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Dolphins fans who have been following the anthem protests since last season are aware of the activism by receiver Kenny Stills and defensive back Michael Thomas, but Sunday evening, the nation was painted a picture it likely hadn’t seen, via NBC and analyst Tony Dungy...
Miami Dolphins: 5 Snap Conclusions (at NY Jets) | The Daily Dolphin
Anthony Fasano (29 snaps, 46 percent). Fasano did not have a catch, but he was in the game more than last week in an effort to slow down a ferocious Jets front. Julius Thomas was in the game for 37 snaps, of 59 percent of offensive plays, and had only three catches for 16 yards.
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Adam Gase discusses Dolphins loss to Jets - The Phinsider
The New York Jets dominated the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, coming away with the surprising 20-6 victory. Nothing really seemed to go right for the Dolphins - other than maybe their pass rush early...