Jaguars 3 - Dolphins 24
After jumping out to a three-point lead in the opening minutes of this game, the Jacksonville Jaguars failed to find pay-dirt again.
Instead, the Miami Dolphins gradually posted 24 unanswered points against a Jaguars team that looked lifeless, overwhelmed and largely disinterested.
With this loss, the Jaguars fall to 2-12.
The Chad Henne experiment is already proving futile, and as he falters, Mike Mularkey's job security dwindles. Although Jacksonville has been ravished by injuries, it has become clear that neither Chad Henne nor Blaine Gabbert are the answer at quarterback, leaving this team years away from contention.
Meanwhile, the Dolphins improve to 6-8.
Although Ryan Tannehill had arguably his best statistical game of the season despite missing Jake Long, Davone Bess and Charles Clay, there's only so much Miami can take out of this. Yes, a win is a win, but a Week 15 victory against one of the NFL's worst teams isn't something to celebrate.
Both of these teams have plenty of questions to answer entering this offseason starting at the top.
Will either GM be around in 2013?