Up to this point, it’s been a particularly gut-wrenching season for the new-look Dolphins.
Back-to-back overtime losses to the Jets and Cardinals have dropped the team to 1-3, last place in the AFC East. And though they’ve played better than their record indicates, Miami isn’t proud of the product they’re putting on the field, prompting one player, center Mike Pouncey, to issue a public apology.
“It’s tough to let go of a game like that,” Pouncey said, via the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. “We got to figure ways to make those plays at the end of football games. If you look at film and watch this team we should be 3-1 right now, but that’s the NFL. Very frustrating. Say sorry to the fans, it’s all on us, those games we should’ve won. We got to finish these football games and we’ll turn it around and be a winning football team down here.
“We don’t look at ourselves as a 1-3 football team; we look at ourselves as a 3-1 football team, which we should be today. You can’t take it