Dolphins Sink to 6 and 3
The Miami Dolphins lost to the Kansas City in Frankfurt, Germany by a score of 21 to 14. Miami put themselves in a 21 to 0 hole in the first half. The Dolphins had their chances to win the game, but just never got in a consistent flow.
The Defense Does Their Job
On the bright side the Dolphins defense only allowed the Chiefs to score two offensive touchdowns. Plus, they shutout KC in the second half. Miami’s offense gifted the Chiefs 7 points at the end of the first half when Tyreek Hill fumbled and KC mange to take it to the house after a lateral.
Miami did not score any points if the first half. They managed two touchdowns in the second half. However, the defense gave the offense two chances in the 4th quarter to tie the game up. But, the offense did not take advantages of those golden opportunities.
There is plenty of blame to go around. Tua Tagovailoa fumbled a 4th down snap on their last offensive play. The 3rd down play right be that last play, Tagovailoa had an open receiver but failed to connect.
Hill’s fumble was a huge part of the loss.
Miami Must Regroup Going to the Bye Week
The hope for a successful season is still in place. But, the Dolphins will need to start beating teams with winning records if they want to be serious contenders come playoff time.
The defense played well enough to win this game, but the offense did not step up once again when facing a top caliber team.