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  • Things were looking up Youth Ryan Tannehill Jersey , until they weren’t. The past month hasn’t been kind to this Dolphins team as injuries continue to pileup. The defense has had it’s ups and downs but plenty of lows within the last few weeks. Matt Burke may have redeemed himself on Sunday, but the issue with Reshad Jones could keep the defensive coordinator on the hot seat. The offense has been a complete mess as the o-line has fallen apart thanks to injuries and the team lost their starting quarterback with no timetable to return. There is still plenty to work on and give Adam Gase credit for somehow keeping this team in playoff contention. Imagine if he had all his starters for 16 games for once.You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.AC In The AM: Plenty For The Dolphins To Deal WithWith an important bounce back victory over the Jets behind us and with a visit to Green Bay in front of us, let’s take a look this Tuesday morning at some of the issues and topics that demand our immediate attention.Jets at DolphinsThe Tape Don't Lie: Miami Dolphins vs. NY Jets, a review - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FLDolphins coach Adam Gase says, “The Tape Don’t Lie.”So each week, I’ll give the game tape a closer look.Here are some things I noticed about Miami's 13-6 defeat of the Jets on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium, one of the dullest, uneventful, dreadful NFL games I've ever seen.Phinsider News You May Have MissedMiami Dolphins News: 11/6/18 - The PhinsiderWelcome to the Splash Zone http://www.dolphinsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-kenyan-drake-jersey , the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.Phinsider Radio: Breaking down the Miami Dolphins 13-6 victory over the New York Jets - The PhinsiderGet your brooms out, because we just swept the JESTS!!!!J-E-T-S SUCK! SUCK! SUCK!The forgotten hero of Dolphins win over Jets - The PhinsiderThis past Sunday, the Miami Dolphins beat the New York Jets 13-6 in a game that can be called nothing more than a defensive slugfest. Neither offense looked like there was any danger to them taking... The Miami Dolphins have a path to the playoffs in 2018, but they need some help to get there. Over the final two weeks of the season, they need some specific results to happen. As we have done most weeks in the second half of this season, we take a look at the NFL schedule and how fans need to root for Miami to make it to the playoffs.This week, the games that are considered get narrowed way down. We are not worried about a lot of the strength of schedule/victory tie breaks anymore. We are just down to the teams that really impact the Dolphins.Washington Redskins at Tennessee Titans, 4:30pm SaturdayThe Dolphins either need all of the 8-6 teams to fall to 8-8 while Miami moves to 9-7 or they need the Titans to stay in contention to offset Indianapolis, who holds the head-to-head tiebreak on the Dolphins. Miami needs the Titans to lose at least once in the next two games, and since they play Indianapolis in Week 17 and may need to win that game so Indianapolis loses, a Titans loss here makes sense. Root for: Washington.Baltimore Ravens at Los Angeles Chargers Reshad Jones Jersey , 8:20pm SaturdayLike the Titans, Miami needs the Ravens to lose at least once in the next two weeks. The Dolphins would beat the Ravens on a tiebreak scenario, based on AFC record. The Ravens face Cleveland in Week 17, which could be a game for the AFC North championship - a scenario that could mean Baltimore is not even a factor in the Wildcard race, but for right now, we will keep them as the runner-up in their division. Giving them a loss here is better for Miami. Root for: Los Angeles.New York Giants at Indianapolis Colts, 1pm SundayAnother team in the AFC Wildcard madness. Pretty simple one here. Miami needs the Colts to lose - and lose twice really. Root for: New YorkCincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns, 1pm SundayThis game really does not impact Miami but it shows up because the Browns are still mathematically in the playoff hunt. They could finish as high as 8-7-1, which would put them half a game ahead of Miami if the Dolphins split their final two games. Just getting them out of the playoff picture is the better move. Root for: Cincinnati. Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots, 1pm SundayHere is the first fun scenario that adds to this week’s intrigue. The Patriots have not clinched the AFC East, with Miami having an outside shot at clinching the division. In fact Authentic Ja'Wuan James Jersey , the Patriots could still miss the playoffs if a lot of things go the right way - or wrong way if you are a Patriots fan. If the Patriots lose in Week 16 and in Week 17, while Miami wins both weeks, the two teams tie at 9-7, with the Miami taking the AFC East based on division record. Of course we have to root for that scenario to happen. Root for: Buffalo.Pittsburgh Steelers at New Orleans Saints, 4:25pm SundayThe other fun scenario is, the Ravens (or Browns) could win the AFC North, with the Steelers suddenly hoping for a Wildcard position - and they have a tie on their record which makes them either a half-game ahead or a half-game behind when it comes to the final standings. There are ways the Ravens win the AFC North at 9-7, then the Dolphins win the Wildcard. This is like an insurance policy to help the Dolphins have multiple ways to get rid of the Ravens in the Wildcard mess. Root for: New Orleans.Jacksonville Jaguars at Miami Dolphins, 1pm SundayAnd the obvious game that matters in the Dolphins’ playoff standings. Root for: Miami.Games not consideredTampa Bay Buccaneers at Dallas Cowboys, 1pm SundayMinnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions, 1pm SundayGreen Bay Packers at New York Jets Youth Kenny Stills Jersey , 1pm SundayHouston Texans at Philadelphia Eagles, 1pm SundayAtlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers, 1pm SundayLos Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals, 4:05pm SundayChicago Bears at San Francisco 49ers, 4:05pm SundayKansas City Chiefs at Seattle Seahawks, 8:20pm SundayDenver Broncos at Oakland Raiders, 8:20pm Sunday