"We'll make the proper adjustments", Gase said Monday in his weekly day-after-game press conference. "It hasn't worked. So we're going to figure some things out".
The Miami Dolphins' offense was held scoreless by the New York Jets' defense through three quarters on Sunday.
Gase described the performance as "garbage" and said he has seen too much of that since becoming coach a year ago.
The plays Gase calls have produced two touchdowns in two games despite an abundance of talent at the skill positions.
The Jets were rated No. 29 against the run through Week 2, but Gase and company knew that their run defense was still relatively stout outside of a few long runs they gave up.
Gase hinted that a shakeup may be in order, saying that there was "a lot of bad football" and that he'd "find the guys that want to do it right, and those are the guys that will play". They're allowing QBs the 2nd-highest completion rate (73.1%), 3rd-most yards per game (311), and the most YPA (9.4).
"We played them twice a year ago. For the most part, guys were doing what they were supposed to do".