Gase wants team to ignore success
Dolphins win 4th straight game
MIAMI – The Miami Dolphins have won four straight games, but head coach Adam Gase is trying to keep his team grounded.
Gase addressed reporters on Monday after Miami's 31-24 win over the Chargers.
Gase said, "We've been really focused on ignoring any kind of success and resetting on that Wednesday. That's really been our biggest thing. We know how we want to go about our business. We make a big focus on nobody's gonna care if we don't win the next one."
Quarterback Ryan Tannehill was spectacular for the Dolphins, throwing two touchdown passes, both under heavy pressure.
On Monday, Gase praised his quarterback's toughness. Gase said, "What he does is rare. I don't think you see some guys take some of the shots he takes and bounce back up. He's as tough as they come. To be able to regroup and be able to stand in there again, it's been amazing to watch."
The Dolphins are now 5-4.
They play at the Rams next Sunday.
The Dolphins will remain out West for the entire week.
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