What Adam Gase said Thursday before Patriots game

Adam Gase and the Dolphins face the New England Patriots. Again. (Allen Eyestone/The Post)

DAVIE — Here is some of what Adam Gase said Thursday:

• There were some stretches in the last meeting where execution was good offensively. It just wasn’t consistent. They can’t get behind to New England like they usually do.

• Facing quarterbacks like Tom Brady, Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers doesn’t allow much room for error.

• The national television games have been against good opponents. They can’t allow things to snowball.

• The Patriots haven’t given up many points. So the Dolphins have to handle New England’s front. They do a great job game-planning.

• Kenyan Drake wanted to know if he ever became a starter, if he could still do kickoff teams. This is an example of his commitment to special teams.

• Drake has Matt Forte a bit in speed, but they are both versatile as receivers and inside and outside run.

• Damien Williams (shoulder) is not going to practice. Davon Godchaux (foot) has a chance to practice.

• Matt Moore is out this week. He was banged up pretty good. So David Fales is the backup.

• On Charles Harris the sacks aren’t as important as pass disruption. As long as he keeps doing that. No complaints on his rookie season.

• Jordan Phillips is bringing excellent emotion and leadership at the right time.

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