Unable to slow down the Buffalo Bills' pass rush, the Miami Dolphins lost 19-0 and damaged their playoff outlook.
The Dolphins (8-7) allowed a season-high seven sacks and had just 103 yards of offense and six first downs.
The Dolphins have allowed a franchise-record 58 sacks for the season.
"That was a pretty good beating," Bills defensive coordinator Mike Pettine said. "They were flying around. They were getting off the ball and they just looked a step faster than Miami did all day."
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill completed just 10 of 27 passes for 82 yards.
"It wasn't one thing, it wasn't one area," Tannehill said. "Every aspect of the game, we failed to step up to the plate."
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