Miami Dolphins: Which of Their Remaining Games Is Miami Most Likely to Win?

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Miami Dolphins: Which of Their Remaining Games Is Miami Most Likely to Win?
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Going into Week 8, the Dolphins stand at 0-6, which would only be ideal to them if "Suck for Luck" was the goal since the beginning of the season (it wasn't). 

Already the Dolphins have fired head coach Tony Sparano...wait, they haven't fired him yet? What about all the talk from Stephen Ross about it last week?

This team is very confusing to me. Yesterday they even signed J.P. Losman, whose name I misspelled as "Lossman" at least 500 times on both Twitter and Facebook without anyone correcting me. And it was a purely unintentional misspelling. I wasn't trying to be witty, funny or snarky; I really thought that that's how his last name was spelled. 

Let's face it, if you were to ask Dolphins fans what's more optimistic: the Dolphins winning a game in 2011 or the Miami Heat playing a game before the end of the calendar year, most people will tell you that the Heat will take the court first. And that's even after the news that the NBA has canceled more games earlier this week and could potentially cancel games up until Christmas. 

But in the remaining 10 games on the Dolphins schedule, there has to be at least one where they'll come out victorious, right? I mean, they are at least due a Greg Camarillo moment at some point, right?

So when is their best shot of avoiding the same immortality shared by the 1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the 2008 Detroit Lions?

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