Despite a dominant effort, the Dolphins collapsed late in the fourth quarter, allowing Browns receiver Mohamed Massaquoi to catch a game-winning touchdown with just 43 seconds left.
The 'Fins offense had 43 seconds to get into field goal range, but Chad Henne failed to generate anything, and an interception sealed the deal.
An 0-3 start is virtually impossible to rebound from, and this devastating loss might signal the end of Tony Sparano's tenure as head coach. He probably won't be fired this week, but team owner Stephen Ross won't tolerate such paramount disappointment.
As always, there's plenty to learn from the game. And, hey, maybe if Miami manages to correct their shortcomings, they can still make a push.