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MIAMI -- Well, it just keeps getting worse. The Bills got humiliated by the Dolphins here today, 35-8, dropping their third straight to fall to 5-5 on the season. That's three consecutive blowouts by a combined score of 106-26. It's no longer a question of whether they'll make the playoffs, but whether they'll win another game. They might be the worst team in the NFL right now. "I wish I could give you an explanation," said coach Chan Gailey. "I cannot give you an explanation of how played effectively early in the year and we're not playing effectively now. We lost that one as a team. Every phases had problems, real problems. "We're  not very good right now," Gailey said. "That's the bottom line. We're not. If I knew exactly what the problem was, I'd solve it. It' s obviously not one thing. It's things that mounted up on us and we're not able to execute the way we were earlier in the year and the way we&...
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