The quarterback, who missed practice with an ankle injury earlier this week, was sacked four times and threw an interception during the AFC West side's 39-33 defeat to the Indianapolis Colts last Sunday.
Gase told reporters: "He was good. He was his normal self. We probably should have [run] the ball a little more, I did a poor job of that. Tried to help out our front guys probably a couple of protection things I would have changed going into that game.
"But [Colts linebacker] Robert Mathis is a good player. I've seen him play for a long time. What he did, it's not surprising. We probably should have done a better job helping out our tackles.
"There's things we can do whether it's with our backs, tight ends, our personnel groups, play calling, there's a lot of things we can do to help him out and that's what we're going to do moving forward."
The Broncos face the Washington Redskins this weekend.