Let's face it this will be a debate at least for a year or so. Did Miami make the right move? Who is the better coach? The fact that the two will face each other twice a season makes it even more interesting. The Dolphins/Jets rivalry will be more fun to watch. Gase started well with Miami somehow going 10-6 and getting the Dolphins to the playoffs in his first season. He seemingly hit all the right buttons and definitely appeared to be the answer in Miami. Year two went badly as the running game that had blossomed somewhat in 2016 went south, Tannehill was hurt, Cutler mostly stunk, the defense mostly stunk etc. By year three, many fans expected to see Gase's vision take place but it didn't really materialize. After a terrible finish, losing their final three games Gase was gone. The NYJ pounced hiring Gase as their new head coach. Honestly, that Gase landed a HC job so quickly surprised me. I thought he'd get a gig as a coordinator, but lets see where it goes. Early on in NY things appear at least a little "rough around the edges" for Gase. I think there's a good chance the team implodes quickly with him there, but the Jets do have talent including a young quarterback who played well down the stretch last year. My biggest gripes with Gase were that he never made his vision come to fruition on offense. You can certainly argue that he didn't have the pieces, especially on the offensive line. I still don't know what his vision was for the defense. I assumed he's be similar to Nick Saban/John Fox on that side of the ball, but he didn't put his prints on defense at all. As many players said, they never saw Gase in the defensive meetings. Flores was a surprise hire for me. I didn't know much about him coming in. We may not know for awhile if he's the answer either. But I will say I like everything I'm hearing about him and from him. During his first presser when he spoke about being multiple and having the ability to match up versus different styles, I felt he had it right. That's the NFL game today. He also talked about being more physical what stood out about Miami to me when I first became a Dolphins fan. That and smart players. Flores seems to be moving Miami in the right direction. I like that he has been working with both the defense and the offense. That was a piece that was missing with Gase. Of course, the proof is in the pudding. Flores hasn't coached his first regular season game yet. Gase, despite his shortcomings, had a near .500 record in three seasons. Perhaps he has learned from his stint in Miami. Time will tell.