Lightning strikes in the vicinity of Miami's Hard Rock Stadium saw the players leave the field twice during the game for a combined span totalling three hours, 59 minutes.
In short, Gase has become accustomed to unexpected challenges.
"It was great to be back out here", Tannehill said.
He said he couldn't feel his fingers or grip the ball well, and hinted he shouldn't have returned to the game.
"We'll be flexible enough to use any personnel that we think will help us win".
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Walker suffered a dislocated ankle and an associated fracture, nearly certainly ending his season, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. But 2017 bugaboos - tackling, pre-snap penalties and third-down conversions - remained a problem, and five red-zone possessions produced only one touchdown.
Blaine Gabbert came in to relieve Mariota and was less than solid, completing 11 of 22 pass attempts for 117 yards and an interception.
"The fight drives me nuts", Gase said. "It was wild, but I'm really proud of our guys the way we responded". "We'll address it, we'll handle it and we'll make changes if we have to". It was his first game since a knee injury sidelined him 21 months ago.
"I left a lot out there", Tannehill said.
Brock Osweiler may have been in line to be Ryan Tannehill's backup in the season opener. On game day Gase chose Osweiler for the No. 2 job over David Fales, who was inactive, but the pecking order could change.
"What we're going to do every week is try to figure out what gives us the best chance to win, personnel wise, who we have available, maybe who we're playing obviously", rookie coach Mike Vrabel said Monday. "I like both those guys. That one isn't an easy decision each week".