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'Nothing fun about having the taste of crap in your mouth,' Dan Campbell says

Dolphins interim coach's remark comes after 30-14 loss to San Diego Chargers

"Nothing fun about having the taste of crap in your mouth, and that's what we've had," Miami Dolphins interim coach Dan Campbell said after his team's 30-14 loss at San Diego.
"Nothing fun about having the taste of crap in your mouth, and that's what we've had," Miami Dolphins interim coach Dan Campbell said after his team's 30-14 loss at San Diego.

DAVIE, Fla. – Miami Dolphins interim coach Dan Campbell said he doesn't enjoy "having the taste of crap" in his mouth. Yet that's just how Campbell feels after his team's 30-14 loss Sunday to the San Diego Chargers.

"Winning means everything, because that's what all this is," Campbell told reporters Monday. "I mean, that's why. That's why I'm in this. I would hope that's why everybody's in this profession is to win."

Of course, that's something that hasn't come easy for the Dolphins (5-9), who have lost four of their last five games.

"I want to win because I don't like the taste of losing," Campbell said. "Nothing fun about having the taste of crap in your mouth, and that's what we've had."

Miami hosts the Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots in its final two games.

Campbell said his team will get back to work to finish out the season the way Miami started -- with a win.