Jason Taylor could’ve given the cliche answer about taking things “one game at a time” and that the Dolphins “still have all the confidence in the world” in their coaching staff and players on the team. But Taylor didn’t take that route after Sunday’s 23-13 loss to Houston, which dropped the Dolphins to 0-2 and 1-11 in their last 12 home games.
Instead, when asked if the team is losing confidence, he told the truth. “Yeah, to be honest, we have,” Taylor said. “Not everybody, but I’m sure there’s a faction of the group that’s trying to figure this thing out, figure out where we are. That’s kind of the product of losing sometimes, you start to question, second-guess a little bit, question what you’re doing as a team. And until you win, those things will linger out there a little bit. We’re kind of stuck in mud right now trying to figure out how to get everyone in this room to believe and play like they expect to win.”