Adam Gase admits to bad coaching at the Miami Dolphins

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When the Miami Dolphins announced the hiring of Adam Gase, it was supposed to signal a turnaround in fortunes for the AFC East franchise. 

Instead, the Dolphins continue struggle, even with Joe Philbin a thing of the past. Miami currently finds themselves down in the dumps with a 1-3 record as we reach the quarter season mark of the 2016 NFL campaign.

Speaking earlier today, Gase came out and admitted to some "bad coaching" during his opening games as the Dolphins head coach.

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According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, Gase has admitted to some teething problems in his early days as an NFL head coach and that he's already made some mistakes.

“That was some bad coaching by me. Going forward, hopefully we can target a couple of guys a game or one guy a game and let that guy get in the flow of it,” Gase said.

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What was he talking about? Well, the Dolphins incredibly ugly running back situation of course.

With Arian Foster constantly struggling with injury as usual, Gase made the decision to use some sort of four-man committee with the former Houston Texans star out.

As most everyone would have expected, it failed, with no one being able to get enough rhythm to really assert themselves in the Dolphins backfield. It seems that Gase will now just to turn to Jay Ajayi and Kenyan Drake over the next few games in the hope that those two can settle the situation down.

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