1.) Miami Dolphins (6-3) - loss vs. Kansas City Chiefs, 21-14
The trend continues for the Miami Dolphins as they have dropped their third game on the season to a team who has a winning record. With losses to the Buffalo Bills, Philadelphia Eagles, and Kansas City Chiefs, the Dolphins are portrayed as a team that can beat up on the weak teams but not get anything going against good teams.
The passing attack was limited to under 200 yards and the run game outside of Raheem Mostert was nowhere to be found. Even though the Miami defense only allowed 21 points, the offense led by Tua Tagovailoa could not get past a Chiefs defense that showed up and took away the big time weapons in Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle.
The Chiefs had shown up the Friday before this game and still came away with the victory, which puts Miami in a position where it seems like come playoff time, they are not the true threat that they once were in the first three weeks of the season.
Miami is on a bye this coming week but will return to action on November 19th to play the Las Vegas Raiders.