"But let's not kid ourselves. Despite those failures by the defense and special teams, if the Miami Dolphins offense scores just 2 touchdowns against a Bills defense that allowed 37 points last week, 21 points the week before, and 35 points the week before that (so they've been bad recently), and which has, on average, allowed 28.5 points per game this season (so they've been bad this whole season), Miami wins this game. Instead, Miami's offense scored 7 points...."
"For all the talk about how awful the Defense played against the Colts, if the offense had scored just 1 touchdown in the second half of that game, Miami would have won and would have been in a position to talk wildcard with a tiebreak over the Colts. And there's no need to recap how Miami's struggles and turnovers on offense led to easy points for the Titans.
Miami's West Coast Offense is truly offensive. It looks worse than the Brian Daboll-coached offense last year, which averaged more points and more yards per game than the Mike Sherman-coached offense this year. We're losing games because of our offense can't beat the worst defenses in the NFL."