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Miami coach Adam Gase brings out best in Dolphins with no-nonsense approach

Miami coach Adam Gase brings out best in Dolphins with no-nonsense approach

The question posed to Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase to begin his conference call with Baltimore media before Sunday's game against the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium seemed innocuous enough: What has contributed to the team's recent six-game winning streak?

For many coaches, that would have been a chance to launch into a discussion about team chemistry, philosophy or execution. But in Gase's case, he went for the jugular — of his own team.

"It starts really with, we've eliminated all of the type of nonsense that most of the teams around the NFL [don't] have during the week — guys being late, guys getting fined, having practices that really are not energetic...

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