Disaster Strikes Dolphins in 23-21 Loss to Bills

The Dolphins have now lost three consecutive games.

Three and O seems so long ago for the Dolphins and their fans.

After consecutive losses to the New Orleans Saints and Baltimore Ravens, Miami had two weeks to prepare for the 2-4 Buffalo Bills, who started a quarterback with two career games of experience under his belt.

The deck was stacked heavily in the Dolphins’ favor. What followed was a game the Dolphins gave away to the division rival Bills in an embarrassing manner that should have the entire organization looking over its shoulder.

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill made two inexcusably horrendous decisions in the game’s first half. The offensive line and, in particular, right tackle Tyson Clabo, made sure to have its inadequacy felt down the stretch, as defensive end Mario Williams made the four-quarter play that won the game for Buffalo by beating Clabo and forcing Tannehill to fumble. The defense wasn’t able to dominate a game it should have. And the product the coaching staff and front office continues to produce is clearly flawed.

The Dolphins could still save the 2013 season. But the fact that it needs saved at all after a 3-0 start has to be devastating for Miami and its fan base.


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2 Responses to “Disaster Strikes Dolphins in 23-21 Loss to Bills”

  1. Dolfan Bri says:

    Same ole Dolphins. Nothing changes. Ever. This was about as embarrassing a loss as you could have. Utter disgrace all the way around. Running game? Brutal. Offensive line play? Atrocious. Defense? Feeble. How can you have the same problems year after year no matter the coach or personnel? Beginning to think this franchise is cursed.

  2. joselpacheco says:

    Go dolphin’s but it’s time to fire people starting with the quarterback and the rest of
    the offense line and head coach……

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