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Week 17: Dolphins Game Preparation - Bills 5 to 6 Point Favorites; Friday Practice & Game Status Reports Posted with Chris Ivory & Ryan Lewis Questionable and Julian Stanford & Deonte Thompson Out


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1. If the Miami Miracle was the Dolphins' high-water point of the season, the last two weeks have been a waterfall -- or a massive drain. Miami has fallen flat in two straight weeks, first getting blown out by the Vikings in Minneapolis, and then failing to muster anything more than seven points against a very beatable Jaguars team. How beatable are the Jags? Jacksonville found itself in the red zone on a possession Sunday and ended up punting three downs later, on fourth and 46. Those kinds of errors are excellent in their rarity, yet Miami didn't take advantage of any of them. And worst of all, when tied 7-7 midway through the fourth, the Dolphins collectively crumbled, capped by Telvin Smith's pick-six of Ryan Tannehill, which followed Jacksonville's go-ahead field goal. The Dolphins lost to a Jaguars team so befuddled offensively, it turned to Blake Bortles when it became clear a banged-up Cody Kesslercouldn't lead them to a win.
 
2. It will be interesting to see how these last two weeks affect Adam Gase's future as head coach of the Dolphins. His tenure has been filled with tumult, but also promise. They had the look of a team that might have been capable of a playoff appearance, but fell short. On one hand, you have a coach who managed to keep his team competitive despite losing his starting quarterback and being forced to replace him with Brock Osweiler. But the other hand includes these last two games, which have been awful displays from a team in playoff contention. He and GM Mike Tannenbaum will be the focus of discussions entering January.
 
3. This is the Jaguars defense we expected to see for most of the season. Fresh off a 16-13 loss to a Josh Johnson-led Washington team, the Jaguars stood tall and did much of what led them to an AFC South crown last year: They pressured the quarterback (six sacks as a team), kept the opponent out of the red zone (one trip) and completed the trifecta with the ever-important defensive score. We're teetering on the Jaguars potentially blowing it up after this season, but this could be a win that prevents them from doing so, instead addressing their offense while keeping most of the defense -- which can still do its job, as evidenced Sunday (and twice against the Colts) -- intact.
 
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SCHEDULE

8:00 a.m. Abbott Road closes
9:00 a.m. Parking lots open
11:30 a.m. Stadium gates open (Easy entry - avoid lines)
11:45 a.m. Player warm-ups
12:45 p.m. Stampede performance
12:50 p.m. Team introductions
1:00 p.m. Kickoff

DETAILS

Don’t miss kickoff or the pregame action! Be sure to arrive at the gates on time (60-90 minutes prior to kickoff) for fan safety, and to expedite the gate entry process.
Leader of the Charge: Roscoe Parrish, #11, WR (2005-2011)
National Anthem: Colton Rudloff
Color Guard: Academy for Young Men (Rochester, NY)
 
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Broncos 2.5 3 43 RAIDERS
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GIANTS n/a n/a n/a Cowboys
CHIEFS n/a n/a n/a Raiders
SAINTS n/a n/a n/a Panthers
PATRIOTS 14 13 47.5 Jets
Eagles 7 6.5 42 WASHINGTON
PACKERS 8 7.5 44 Lions
TEXANS 9 8.5  40.5  Jaguars
RAVENS 6.5 41 Browns
Falcons 2 PICK 49.5  Buccaneers
BILLS 3.5 3.5  38.5  Dolphins
TITANS n/a  n/a  n/a  Colts
STEELERS 16.5 16.5 47.5 Bengals
VIKINGS 41  Bears
BRONCOS n/a n/a n/a Chargers
SEAHAWKS n/a n/a n/a Cardinals
RAMS 6 9.5 50 49ers

 

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NFL Week 16 Grades: Dolphins get an 'F'

 

Dolphins: F

Someone must have forgotten to tell the Dolphins' offense that Miami's season was on the line, because they choked big time against Jacksonville. After scoring a touchdown on their opening drive, the Dolphins offense didn't do anything for the rest of the game. As a matter of fact, here's how their final nine possessions went: Punt, punt, missed field goal, punt, lost fumble, punt, punt interception, punt. The interception was especially ugly because it was an ugly pick-six thrown by Tannehill in the fourth quarter that iced the win for Jacksonville. With 183 yards, the Dolphins were held to under 200 yards of offense for the third time in four games. The Dolphins lost despite an impressive performance from a Miami defense that racked up six sacks and held Jacksonville's offense to just 10 points. 

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Ryan Tannehill will start Sunday for Dolphins, not planning to sit starters. Adam Gase cites injuries as a key role in missing playoffs, and he said he doesn't need to lobby to keep his job. He said if Stephen Ross wants to make a change, he'll let him know.
 

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The Dolphins' home finale was embarrassing on many fronts, and the next couple of weeks could be the start of an overhaul in Miami.

 

 

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