Mike McDaniel ‘stops’ vaping after incident on sidelines of Bills playoff game

One of the great mysteries of our time seems to have been solved.

During the Dolphins’ AFC Wild Card game against the Bills last season, Miami head coach Mike McDaniel was spotted by internet sleuths appearing to vape on the sidelines during the third quarter of the game.

McDaniel appeared on Barstool Sports’ “Pardon My Take” podcast and Dan Katz asked him bluntly if he was indeed vaping on the sidelines.

“Vaping? Do you like vaping with water? Hmm. What a confusing question. I don’t know this technology you’re talking about,” McDaniel said wryly.

“That said, I leave you with this. In past lives, I vaped. Anyway, the idea of ​​it being something people talk about after a playoff game is annoying enough to cause me to never do it again, and I’ve since quit, the classic McDaniel style, the cold turkey, just like alcohol.

Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel has neither confirmed nor denied that he vaped on the sidelines during the team’s playoff game in Buffalo.

After seemingly admitting it, McDaniel coyly resumed acting.

“But you know, when it comes to a game, I’m sorry, I wish I had been more educated on the subject,” he said.

“I just don’t know what you’re talking about.”

McDaniels’ response is contrary to what Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa said when asked if his head coach vaped.

“It was not the case [look like it]said Tagovailoa. “I think it was cold. They were in Buffalo, maybe, or New England. … I don’t think he’s a vaper, so I’m not too sure.

Earlier this week, Mike McDaniel made headlines for refusing to comment on rumors that the Dolphins would be interested in acquiring Dalvin Cook if the running back was released by the Vikings.

    Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel answers questions during NFL football practice
Mike McDaniel apparently enjoyed his time with the media this week.

“March 6, 1983, the day I was born, right? Now we are taking a closer look at that date and it was actually not yesterday,” McDaniel said.

“Okay, so people who are said to be tall, short, people who are said to be, you’re not going to get this guy. I’m a sophomore. Okay? This what excites me is talking about the most important thing which is day three of the veteran minicamp and we have a lot of guys who are good players who have the opportunity to improve. Answer your question?”

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