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Jordan Scarpe essentially marked
  • The Miami Dolphins ended the season with a 22-16 loss to the Buffalo
    Bills on Sunday. Here's a recap of the season and what's next:

    Season grade: Below average. Miami entered 2017 with high expectations
    following a 10-win season in 2016. The Dolphins had the playoffs in mind
    once again with several additions and another year in coach Adam Gase's
    system. But despite getting off to a 4-2 start, the Dolphins fell short
    for several reasons, including injuries, off-field distractions and a
    rotating door at quarterback.

    Season in review: Miami's season had a dark cloud hanging over it from
    the beginning when franchise quarterback Adidas Ultra Boost Ryan Tannehill suffered a season-ending knee injury in yeezy boost 350 the first week of training camp. It was a noncontact, freak injury that set the table for Ultra Boost
    a rash of unpredictable events that plagued the Dolphins. Jay Cutler
    turned out to be an inconsistent and injury-prone replacement that cost
    the team $10 million. In addition to Tannehill's injury, Miami had to
    deal with a series of wild events off the field that included outside
    linebacker Lawrence Timmons briefly going AWOL, former offensive line
    coach Chris Foerster resigning after a video surfaced on social media of
    him snorting a white substance, and middle linebacker Rey Maualuga
    getting arrested and then released by the team in November. The multiple
    hits on and off the field were too much for the Dolphins to overcome.
    They were never able to put it together.

    Biggest play of the season: There was no singular play that defined
    Miami's season. But there was one quarter during its five-game losing
    streak that Jordan Scarpe
    essentially marked the end of Miami's playoff hopes. In Week 11, the
    Dolphins were outscored 17-0 at home by Tampa Bay in the second quarter
    that led to their 30-20 loss. The ugly defeat to a bad Bucs team dropped
    Miami to 4-6 and was a watershed moment when even the Dolphins realized
    they weren't a good team.

    He said it: "I feel like we've let a lot of things slip through our
    fingers and that's where we've got to understand, when you're a young
    player, sometimes you forget how valuable every game is. We do have a
    lot of young guys that have to learn how to prepare each week, because
    you never know when that's going to be the week that changes your season
    one way or the other." -- Dolphins coach Adam Gase