A once promising season has taken a turn for the worse for the Miami Dolphins over the past two weeks.
Much has changed since the opening week of the NFL season back in early September.
Following their tough home loss to the Baltimore Ravens, the Miami Dolphins’ hopes of ending their six-year playoff drought are dwindling.
With the strain of a costly loss showing, Miami Dolphins coaches said they have a good relationship with their players, even the one who yelled at Joe Philbin on the sideline during the defeat.
The Baltimore Ravens played more than 17 minutes before picking up a first down, then overcame a 10-point deficit to beat the Miami Dolphins 28-13 Sunday.
The way Mike Wallace sees it, unless the Miami Dolphins rise to the occasion Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens, Elvis has left the building.
Ryan Tannehill’s efficiency is a major reason the Miami Dolphins have a prime opportunity to end a five-year postseason drought, though they realize they’ll have to improve to make it out of the logjam of contenders in the AFC.
The NFL has entered the final quarter of its regular season and the Miami Dolphins are right in the thick of the playoff race.
If the Baltimore Ravens and Miami Dolphins are to play in January, they must excel in December.
The 7-5 Miami Dolphins are currently holding down the sixth and final wild card in the AFC after dismantling the pass-challenged Jets 16-13 on Monday night.