By Chris Perkins Oct 1, 2018 https://theathletic.com/560785/2018/10/ ... incinnati/
DAVIE, Fla. – The first-place Miami Dolphins went over the film from Sunday’s ugly 38-7 loss to the New England Patriots on Monday, and as you would expect, it was brutal. Adam Gase described Monday as a “quiet” day. He also said it was “emotional.” According to one player, it was quiet for them and emotional for the coaches. For one of the few times in the Gase era, the player said, the team watched the film as an entire group as opposed to being separated by offense and defense. And the coaches let them have it. Gase confirmed that account.
“We didn’t sugarcoat a whole bunch today,” he said.
The way Gase was telling it, there might have even been an exchange or two during the film session.
“Everybody’s brutally honest and you’re going to have conflict and you’re going to have some back and forth,” he said. “Guys they put a lot into this game, same thing with coaches.”
There was at least one player-coach conflict...