Miami Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel didn't want to wait long after his team built a 17-3 lead into halftime against the New England Patriots on Sunday night.
McDaniel spoke briefly with NBC's Melissa Stark on the Dolphins' approach for taking a dominating lead in the first 30 minutes of the game.
But after the interview, the second-year head coach took a few steps back before bolting to the locker room to address his troops.
McDaniel turned back to see whether the camera would match his speed, but he appeared to be moving too quickly as he sped into the tunnel.
During the interview, Stark stated that McDaniel was able to move the ball against the Belichick defense, implying that he was referring about the squad as a whole rather than simply the coach.
McDaniel, on the other hand, followed the literal way."I haven't done anything," he stated flatly.
"The players did an excellent job of completing various moves. We need to get some things cleaned up.
They're always in the game, and we can't afford to let our guard down with a whole half to go.
We need to make some modifications in the second half and keep moving forward."