Mike McDaniel said Miami Dolphins were pressing in loss to Chargers

MIAMI GARDENS — Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel had a tough day after arriving back in Miami early Monday morning from the West Coast.

“You talk about a frustrating film to watch,” McDaniel said. “It was just taking that to the face.”

That frustration came in the form of revisiting Miami’s 23-17 loss at the Los Angeles Chargers Sunday night, a game that was not as close as the score indicates.

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