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Look at everything I mentioned in this piece.
Bad penalties, bad play-calling, bad discipline.
The players came out for a game that would do everything but guarantee them a playoff berth, and completely crapped the bed.
To make matters worse, save for Ryan Tannehill, Mike Wallace and Charles Clay, none of them appeared to care too much that their season was slipping away.
The players are responsible for their performance on Sunday, but what were the coaches thinking throughout the game?
Joe Philbin let obvious challenge wins go all through the season, then challenged an extra 15 yards after an obvious catch.
Kevin Coyle decided to blitz like there was no tomorrow like Thad Lewis was Tom Brady, effectively making him look like Tom Brady while the linebackers and safeties responsible for covering those open tight ends and receivers disappeared.
Mike Sherman got his own slide because his game plan was so atrocious.
The main downfall of this team was an offensive line built by general manager Jeff Ireland that showed improvement in their last five games, then managed to play worse than they did before Martin-Incognito-gate.
The fish (or mammal) rots from the head. This Dolphins team is run by a confederacy of dunces, and it's sad that because they'll finish with a non-losing record at worse, we will have to deal with them for one more season.
I'm excited already to see how they break fans' hearts next year.