Week After Week Gase...

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  1. lynx

    lynx Well-Known Member

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    Gase's calls are amplified in crucial situations. I think over-all he's been pretty decent but it seems in huge decisions during the game it just gets weird. I know what he's going to say Ballage was running well, did that play before, etc. Fine, but Gore and Drake and more likely to get that 3rd and 1, that's all there is to it...
     
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    DuderinoN703 We? What the **** we? Finheaven VIP Donator

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    That was a complete sham. I wasn’t even home to turn the game on until a few minutes prior to that play. I was glad I was able to witness how horrific the decision that was.
     
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    terphin A True Fan

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    gase the smartest man in the room when hes the only man in the room
     
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    joenhre Starter Finheaven VIP Donator

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    Maybe we need to judge Gase when he has 11 athletic studs who are also members of Mensa on his starting offense.
     
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    Yep....and what's more annoying is the way he stands around on the sideline showing absolutely no emotion or fire no matter how positive or negative the issue is and busily scribbling on his clipboard (what's he jotting down all the time??...my guess "ADAM E. GASE, SUPER GENIUS" ala Wile E Coyote). He acts or seems to think he is a mini Belicheat (but even BB shows some kind of emotion from time to time) but he's as far away from that than anyone could be. Maybe he's highly medicated with anti anxiety or other meds. That would explain a lot .
     
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    You could argue that Clay and Phillips actually won us that game.
     
  7. The Tannehills Have Eyes

    The Tannehills Have Eyes A True Fan

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    Lmao you're completely right. Sometimes the Dolphin lifestyle sticks with you no matter where you go.
     
  8. BigChief

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    This team really is not far off being a decent team. Coach has to go and we have to get two new guards. Then a DT and Linebacker to play under anyone other than Burke.
     
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    I wonder if Ballage has practiced any throwing; ala, Ronnie Brown?
     
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    Thanks guys...…..Been good to know you!!!!!!! HeHe
     
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    BigNastyFish A True Fan

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    I saw Gase shuffling papers on the sidelines numerous times y'all!

    The dude is trying! We have like 200 on IR for frogs snakes!

    Cut him some slack!

    He's still "growing into" his HC role and by the time he's 50 he'll be

    older!

    BNF
     
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    That wildcat call was truly awful, your offensive line was getting whooped inside all day and you limit your options when a RB that doesn't throw gets the snap. The whole Bills defense played the run and gave that play a 0% chance of working. I think I made up,some curse words and strung all that **** together after that call. Gase is a putz.
     
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    My problem with the wildcat call wasn't that they initially tried it...it's that when Buffalo brought every guy up to the LOS the coach should have called a timeout real, real quick. It was obvious it had no chance of succeeding against that number of defenders.
     
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    Yeah that wildcat call sure fooled the defense (not)!
     
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    Mike McCarthy just fired by Green Bay, we need a experienced coach here, that can also attract quality assistants. I’m tired of first time coordinators making the jump and definitely don’t want a college coach. Like Andy Reid a few years ago, sometime people just need a change of scenery. Would love to see him in Miami and draft a QB he can groom
     

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