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Here were some ofthe postgame comments that stood out after the 40-0 loss against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium:
“We couldn’t score any points. I’m sure the defense was frustrated they had to keep coming out there three-and-out after three-and-out.”
— Adam Gase felt the offense put the defense in a tough spot.
“We’ve won enough games so far to at least put ourselves in a position where we can keep competing.”
— Adam Gase understands that despite whatever issues the team has, it still has a 4-3 record through seven games.
— Adam Gase has a good idea of what he wants his players to focus on during their “bye weekend.”
“When you cut back like that, it becomes a little easier to defend.”
— Adam Gase says making the offense more simple has also made it simpler to defend.
“These are hard ones. You don’t ever go into a week preparing and expect it to turn out like this.”
— QB Matt Moore was stunned by the decisive loss at Baltimore.
— Matt Moore is hoping there can be a lesson from the Baltimore game.
“I’m going to be out there, be physical, go out there and try to make plays, TFLs, whatever it is. I’m not going to lay down. I’ve never been that guy, never will be that guy.”
— Ndamukong Suh wants it perfectly understood his intensity level will always be the same regardless of the score.
“We’ve been successful in short weeks. At the end of the day, we just didn’t execute to our best abilities and it showed out there.”
— Ndamukong Suh wasn’t blaming the Dolphins’ performance on playing on a Thursday night.
“A lot of missed tackles, some mis-fits, probably some miscommunication. A lot of self-inflicted wounds is probably the main cause. As much as that’s frustrating, that’s probably the easiest thing to fix.”
— Cameron Wake believes the issues with the run defense against Baltimore were basic.
— Cameron Wake isn’t worried about sty