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Tagged: Adam Gase (15 Results)

Podcast: October 16 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff preview Week 6 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by Fantasy Index Weekly and RotoWire.  more »


Factoid: LeVeon Bell

I have some interest in LeVeon Bell. I think there’s some chance he puts together a bounce-back season. I just wish he played for another coach.  more »


Factoid: LeVeon Bell

Will LeVeon Bell be a top-15 running back on your board in August? He’s got the nice receiving ability, but they couldn’t get him going on the ground in 2019. Bell ran for only 789 yards, and he averaged only 3.2 yards per carry.  more »


Podcast: December 12 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff review Week 14 of the NFL regular season and preview Thursday's Jets-Ravens game. Sponsored by DraftKings.  more »


Factoid: Adam's Case

The Jets have taken their lumps so far, ranking last in scoring. But they’ve got an unusually easy schedule coming up. Is there any chance they can cobble together some decent offensive production?  more »


Around the NFL: Jets fire Maccagnan

Jets fire GM Mike Maccagnan, and the decision might be tied to the signing of LeVeon Bell. Adam Gase, some believe, didn’t want New York to sign Bell. Interesting.   more »


Factoid: LeVeon Bell

The Jets gave LeVeon Bell a big contract. Now, can they be trusted to properly use him? It’s a lesser team, and their new coach, Adam Gase, tended to underuse running backs in Miami.  more »



Jets hire new offensive coordinator

The New York Jets hired Dowell Loggains as their new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach on Wednesday. Loggains was the offensive coordinator in Miami last season, so he will be reunitedMore with head coach Adam Gase. Gase is expected to be the offensive play caller and the primary teacher for young franchise quarterback SAM DARNOLD. Less

Source: New York Daily News

Factoid: Adam Gase

Is Adam Gase the man to get the Jets headed in the right direction? I’m skeptical.  more »


Podcast: January 17 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff discuss the latest coaching hires around the NFL and preview Sunday's conference championship games, then a special guest joins the podcast to announce the winners of our full-season #BeatTheProteges contest. Sponsored by RealTime Fantasy Sports (  more »



Jets hire Gase as head coach

The New York Jets hired former Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase to be their next head coach on Wednesday. Gase becomes the first Jets head coach since Bill Parcells in 1997More with prior head coaching experience. Gase is an offensive minded coach who is expected to help develop young quarterback SAM DARNOLD. Less

Source: New York Daily News


Dolphins fire head coach Gase

The Miami Dolphins fired head coach Adam Gase on Monday. In his three seasons with the Dolphins, Gase went just 23-25. While the Dolphins head in another coaching direction, several teams are reportedly interested in bringing Gase on board.

Source: Miami Herald


Dolphins hire new offensive coordinator

The Miami Dolphins have hired Dowell Loggains as their new offensive coordinator. Loggains held the same position in Chicago for the past two years. Head coach Adam Gase will continue toMore call plays, but Loggains will help develop the game-plan. Clyde Christensen, the Dolphins’ offensive coordinator for the past two years, is expected to remain with the team in a different role. Less

Source: Miami Herald

Factoid: Miami Dolphins

Looking at the Dolphins, I notice that they ran a league-low 913 plays last year – 47 fewer than anyone else. Offenses like the Browns, Rams, Jets and 49ers ran more plays than Miami. Hmm.  more »



Dolphins to play starters vs. Patriots

With a chance to move up to the fifth seed in the upcoming playoffs, Miami head coach Adam Gase said that the Dolphins will not rest healthy starters this Sunday againstMore New England. The game is also important to the Patriots, who need a win or an Oakland loss to clinch the top seed in the AFC. Fantasy owners should be able to play their starters from this game without hesitation. Less

Source: Miami Herald

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