Jordan Phillips: Adam Gase definitely respects me after Sunday

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Bills defensive tackle Jordan Phillips was excited about Sunday’s game as it offered him a chance to face the Dolphins for the first time since Miami released him in October.

Phillips expressed his happiness to be out of Miami at the time he was cut loose and he was an active part of their run defense in Sunday’s loss to his former team. That result wasn’t the one Phillips was hoping to get, but he said after the game that he felt good about other developments.

“Every time I made a play, I clapped my hands. And it was directed toward them. For some reason, they felt the need to run at me, and they paid for it,” Phillips said, via the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. “I would’ve liked to come out of here with a win but [Dolphins coach Adam] Gase definitely respects me after this game.”

Gase’s feelings toward Phillips might also extend to gratitude. Phillips was flagged for taunting after dropping Kenyan Drake for a loss in the fourth quarter and the Dolphins scored what proved to be the game-winning touchdown a couple of plays later.

21 responses to “Jordan Phillips: Adam Gase definitely respects me after Sunday

  1. Delusional.

    Bills media/fans will prop this guy up as the next LT this week just like they’ve spent the whole season comparing Jamarcus..I mean Josh Allen to Steve Young.

  2. Phillips is delusional if he thinks he had a positive impact on the game. He made a few plays but he is a part time player that had a costly penalty. He is a lazy player and freelances and that is why you were cut.

  3. This kid is a big man with good feet but has an inconsistent motor maybe this change lit a fire under him.

  4. Such a dumb arse, his penalty pretty much gave us the game and he is chirping about how Gase respects him now,lmao. Get a clue you moron, you proved why Miami let you go by being so inconsistent as you will go back to being just another guy next week, enjoy Buffalo, I hear its nice this time of year!

  5. this guy didn’t cost the Bills the game. it was a tough game that wouldn’t have been as close if this guy wasn’t playing hard. The penalty was dumb but probably shouldn’t have been called. Even still Josh Allen missed 3 throws (that I remember) to guys that were wide open. He is a rookie so it is all growing pains. All I know is this is Miami at full strength and they were barely able to beat the Bills in rebuilding mode.. Would much rather be in the Bills spot than in Miami’s.

  6. The guy had some flashes of being a really good player, but for every good play he would make, he would be invisible for like 6-8 others.

    That taunting penalty cost the Bills the game, so good for him showing Gase how he made a mistake. smh

  7. Buffalosunshine, the Phins were at full strength, really?
    11 players on IR. 2nd & 3rd stringers playing on O-line, best WR and d-linemen out. We put a mash unit on the field Sunday and played your team tough enough to win. Good idea you stick with your Bills, they’re certainly trending up, again.

  8. That statement coming from a lazy part-time player is laughable –
    Yes we know Gase is a moron but so is Phillips & it was one of those player
    releases that actually made sense to most of us Miami fans!
    Now for all you Bills fans that bemoan Allen – I’d love to have here in Miami!
    First – He’s not a converted WR trying to impersonate an NFL QB!
    Second – He’s mobile, has pocket awareness & got a gun for an arm!
    Third – He’s NOT riding the bench because he’s been thrown to the “proverbial” wolves!
    Fourth – He’s intelligent & his passing accuracy will come with maturity.
    Had it not been for about 4 bad throws & at least 3 drops – Buffalo wins easily!

  9. He was so fired up for this game that we saw him at his best. The biggest play he made was flagged for 15 yards and set the Phins up for another touchdown, one costing his team the game. Phillips actual made Gase’s case for cutting him.

    Gase is happy he’s gone after that penalty.

  10. Full strength?

    One starting receiver has been on the team for two weeks. Our back-ups came from the practice squad.

  11. ” as you will go back to being just another guy next week, enjoy Buffalo, I hear its nice this time of year!”
    ———-
    As a Dolphins fan from and currently living in Buffalo, It is incredibly nice up here this time of year. It’s goregous from here to Ellicotville, minus the idiots that can’t drive in snow.

  12. Yes, Jordan,
    I’m sure Gase respects the 2 solo tackles, 0 turnovers and 0 sacks you produced on Sunday.

    I’m sure he will lie awake befuddled on how to exploit your vengeful anger for another critical 15-yard penalty.

    Sit down, be humble.
    Those are great numbers for a bench player,
    but not a 341 lb 2nd round draft pick mentored by Ndamakung Suh and Cameron Wake.

    SMH

  13. whoever said at least we don’t have a WR trying to play QB is correct.. You have a Running back playing QB judging from last game.. Take away his running and i see alot of Blake Bortles in him

  14. buffalosunshine says:
    December 3, 2018 at 9:07 am

    this guy didn’t cost the Bills the game. it was a tough game that wouldn’t have been as close if this guy wasn’t playing hard. The penalty was dumb but probably shouldn’t have been called. Even still Josh Allen missed 3 throws (that I remember) to guys that were wide open. He is a rookie so it is all growing pains. All I know is this is Miami at full strength and they were barely able to beat the Bills in rebuilding mode.. Would much rather be in the Bills spot than in Miami’s.

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    Dolphins at full strength? Let’s see….C Daniel Kilgore IR, DT Vincent Taylor IR, DT William Hayes IR, G Josh Sitton IR, WR Albert Wilson IR, WR Jakeem Grant IR, TE A.J. Derby IR, WR Danny Amendola DNP. If they were at full strength, your team would have got smoked.

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