Dolphins coach Adam Gase has worked for the Denver Broncos and Chicago Bears so he is familiar with games in cold temperatures.
Miami comes to Buffalo on Sunday with cold temperatures and some snow expected. It is December, after all.
So how does Gase plan to deal with the cold?
“Just mindset,” he told reporters in Florida on Tuesday, according to the Palm Beach Post. “It doesn’t matter. It’s three and a half hours. You get a 12-minute break from the snow [at halftime].”
Gase joked that the Dolphins could lower the temperature this week in their indoor practice facility, but said, “We can cool that down if we want to, but there’s no point. It’s not going to do anything.”