Another game, another loss. The Miami Dolphins offense once again looked like they didn't come to play against a team they should've had success against, losing 19-14.
Like last week's loss ott he Titans, head coach Joe Philin is scratching his head for answers.
“It was not a good offensive performance,” “We had nothing going on,” he said. “We weren’t throwing the ball well. We weren’t running it well. They did a great job on defense. We didn’t execute well on offense. It was a huge struggle on offense.”
Buffalo looked to capitalize of an a good showing against New England, this time getting the win and staying alive in the AFC East with a 4-6 record.
"It's really frustrating, especially with the success earlier in the year," Miami QB Ryan Tannehill said, who threw two interceptions.
"Being in situations where we're going three-and-out or six-and-out, it's frustrating. We have to be able to find a rhythm and get things going early on."