Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin is adamant that he needs to do a better job of coaching his side as the AFC East team lose in the dying seconds to the Green Bay Packers.
Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin has insisted that he needs to improve, as his side let a fourth-quarter lead against the Green Bay Packers slip in their match at SunLife Stadium.
The Dolphins lost their third game of the season as Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers won it for the visitors in the dying seconds with a touchdown strike to Andrew Quarless.
Philbin is adamant that, as head coach, he has to take the majority of the blame for his side's loss.
"I have to do a better job, first and foremost," Philbin told reporters. "I'm the head coach. We had a lead with four minutes to go.
"Like I said often, you win as a team and you lose as a team. We could have done better in all three phases, coaching as well."
The Dolphins are 2-3 in their season following their narrow defeat.
Result: Late Quarless touchdown sinks Dolphins >