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Here is what players he has worked with said after the Bronco game where he tried to run up the score. Anyone who likes an aggressive never let up mentality should get a boner from the comments below. Especially Gase’s


"Gase is a savage," receiver Emmanuel Sanders said. "... He loves to win, he loves to embarrass you. That doesn't surprise you."

"That's Gase. He was my receivers coach ... and that's Gase," Demaryius Thomas said. "The way I guess he left the Denver Broncos, he wasn't satisfied, so he went onside. He kicked the onside, and he got it, and he was happy about it. He got them a win, and we still trying to find one."

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"That's Goose, man," running back C.J. Anderson said. "He sees blood in the water, he's just going to attack it."

Gase was the Broncos wide receivers coach from 2009-2010 before moving to the QB room in 2011-2012 and promoted to offensive coordinator in 2013. He was wiped out when John Elway fired John Fox in 2014.

"It's 60 minutes," Gase said regarding his decision to try an onside kick. "I'm not going to slow down. I don't care what the score is."

"He's not wrong," Sanders said. "If that's what he wants to do, to run up the score and give his team confidence ... he can do that as a head coach."

The win snapped the Dolphins' five-game losing streak while the loss sent the Broncos to their eighth straight loss, the second-longest streak in franchise history (nine in 1967).

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