Monday, October 19, 2015

Albert: Under new coach, 'I think guys believe now'

The Miami Dolphins followed a season-opening win with a three-game drought that ultimately costed coach Joe Philbin his job. The team, however, got back in the win column Sunday with a victory over the Tennessee Titans under interim coach Dan Campbell.

Offensive lineman Branden Albert doesn't expect Miami to get lulled back to sleep after a victory this time around.

“I don’t think there’s going to be a lull this time,” Albert said, via “I think guys believe in what Coach Campbell is doing. I think guys are way more in tune. I think guys believe now.” 

Monday, Campbell stressed the notion of players keeping their sights set on the next task.

“The challenge is now for these guys not to start patting themselves on the back because we’ve been notorious for that around here,” Campbell said. “We get a big win, all of a sudden it’s a lull the next week... [W]hen we come back in Wednesday it is 100 percent all about Miami versus Miami/Houston.

"... There cannot be any, ‘Yeah, man, remember Tennessee last week.’ That’s done when we walk in Wednesday."


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