The Dolphins were subjected to plenty of criticism during and after their third consecutive loss, a defeat that makes Miami 1-9 (with a scoring differential of 291 to 143) in nationally televised games since the start of 2015.
Some of the notable sound bites:
? For the first time in memory, a network analyst criticized Adam Gase?s play-calling on a game telecast. First, Jon Gruden said he keeps “waiting [for Gase] to let Jay Cutler throw downfield.”
(Gase said last week that anyone who suggests the Dolphins aren?t throwing enough vertical routes doesn?t know what they?re talking about because it?s dictated by coverage and he has called more deep balls than have been executed.)