Unfortunately, for them, Sundays just so happen to be the only day they're officially in the office. And not only did they look bad, but they looked as if they came to work straight-from-the-club bad.
Luckily for them, they can't all be fired. Because, if that was possible, it'd be warranted.
Everything that could go wrong did go wrong in the Dolphins' embarrassing 35-0 loss to the Buffalo Bills: penalties, dropped passes, fumbles, bad playcalling, and, worst of all, injuries. Specifically a rib injury to starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa that knocked him out of the game in the first quarter.
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Tagovailoa never did return to the field, but it was probably for the best, as things only got worse for the Dolphins, and he had suffered enough physically.
But considering how awful the Dolphins' offensive line played, in a twisted way, Tagovailoa's injuries might be the least-bad thing to come out of the day: Backup quarterback Jacoby Brissett spent the rest of the game running for his life, protecting his ribs from a similar fate.
At this point, shame on you if you expected different. Being a Dolphins fan brings nothing but depression and angst.
Tune in next week to see which Miami Dolphins face the Las Vegas Raiders. After what we saw on Sunday, we do not remain optimistic about Jacoby Brissett's ribs.