"Just garbage," he said.
Gase said the Dolphins’ 20-6 loss Sunday to the
"I'm tired of watching it for two years," he said. "We're going to figure something out. I'll find the guys that want to do it right, and those are the guys that will play."
Personnel changes are most likely up front, where the Dolphins were manhandled by the Jets. When asked what he liked about the offense's performance, Gase said "nothing."
Gase is usually quick to take blame when things go wrong, but this time he's casting a wide net for culprits. The plays he calls have produced two touchdowns in two games despite an abundance of apparent talent at the skill positions. Miami had only 225 yards against the Jets and didn't score until the final play — against a team that looked like it could go 0-16.
"Not as well as I'd like him to," Gase said when asked how Cutler played. "He took a couple of vicious shots early. He's 34. It's a little different when you're 25."
The Dolphins are 1-1, having beaten the Chargers 19-17in Game 1 when Younghoe Koo missed a 44-yard field goal attempt in the closing seconds. They face the
Sproles out for year
"It's a devastating loss," coach Doug Pederson said, and added, "He's a great leader."
The 34-year-old has been to three Pro Bowls, including last season when he had a career-high 94 carries. But Sproles had just 15 carries, seven catches and one punt return so far this year.
Two-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle
OBJ hints at protest
Odell Beckham Jr. was penalized 15 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct Sunday after the
Beckham gave a defense of his touchdown celebration but not much explanation afterward. However, on Monday he commented on Twitter after a CNN editor suggested Beckham's dog show could have been in response to President Trump's derogatory reference to players who kneel during the national anthem.
"If u seen that, I have to tip my hat to u for thinkin outside the box. #URRIGHTONPOINT impressed," wrote Beckham, who raised his right fist after scoring his second touchdown Sunday.