For the second week in a row, the Miami Dolphins lose a game on a field goal in overtime.
The Dolphins were in control for most of the game and looked poised to pull the upset against the undefeated Arizona Cardinals.
Miami had 480 total yards against the Cardinals' 297. It also held the ball for 3:30 more and recorded eight sacks. Yet it still couldn't win.
It shot itself in the foot when it looked like it was running the clock down in the fourth quarter, but the Arizona linebacker got into the backfield before Tannehill could even turn around and forced the fumble that would lead to the game-tying touchdown.
The Cardinals faced two fourth downs in their final drive of regulation, and the Dolphins failed to capitalize.
It was another learning experience, but it's one that might hurt even more than the one last week against the Jets.
Here's a few of the things we learned from Miami's loss.