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Dolphins offense still stagnant in loss to Bills

Dolphins offense still stagnant in loss to Bills

It might be time to put the Miami Dolphins offense on the side of a milk carton because it continues to be missing in action. Their playoff hopes may have disappeared as well. Buffalo Bills safety Jairus Byrd and linebacker Bryan Scott each intercepted …
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  • Video - Buffalo Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick: 'We had a lot of urgency' 01:02

    Buffalo Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick: 'We had a lot of urgency'

    Nov 15
    Buffalo Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick discusses his team's victory and explains why the Bills were able to hold off the Miami Dolphins.
  • Video - Miami Dolphins vs. Dolphins Bills highlights 03:31

    Miami Dolphins vs. Dolphins Bills highlights

    Nov 15
    The Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins each get a special teams touchdown, but Bills K Rian Lindell's four field goals turn out to be the difference in a 19-14 Bills victory.
  • Video - Tough Times In New York 02:02

    Tough Times In New York

    Nov 15
    Lomas Brown gives his opinion on players anonymously ripping Tim Tebow and whether Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum is on the hot seat.
  • Video - Ranking The Patriots 02:07

    Ranking The Patriots

    Nov 15
    Lomas Brown discusses the Patriots' rank among the NFL's elite as well as the impact that Aqib Talib will have on New England's defense.

Sports Columnists

  • Jim Trotter: To receive or to defer? That's the question

    Nov 15
    The biggest comeback in Broncos history did not begin with a touchdown. It began with a pre-game coin flip.
  • Biggest NFL games of Week 11 -- John Clayton's First & 10

    Nov 15
    This weekend will help determine how interesting the AFC playoff race will be down the stretch, John Clayton writes.
  • The Sports Guy's Thursday NFL Pick

    Nov 15
    Who's up for another three hours of shitty football? Pull up a chair and watch poorly prepared, banged-up football players from two forgettable teams...