By BOB McGINN
Five weeks ago the Miami Dolphins rolled into Gillette Stadium undefeated at 3-0 and enjoying a two-game lead in the AFC East division over the New England Patriots.
Then they got their butts handed to them, 38-7, and it’s been downhill for the Miamians ever since.
“Well, we really didn’t anticipate getting out-physicaled like we did,” Dolphins coach Adam Gase said afterward. “We had been good all year as far as up front and our run game. We were getting pushed back … a lot of pressure on Ryan (Tannehill) even though they weren’t pressuring with blitzes.”
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