How should season be remembered?
Dolphin Digest|February 2021
The Dolphins clearly saved their worst for last, losing against the Buffalo Bills, 56-26, in a game that could have meant a trip to the playoffs. Instead, it provided a hollow ending to an otherwise encouraging season.
ANDY COHEN

The question remains: How do we remember this season? For the 10 victories? For all the young players who stepped up in a variety of ways? Or for the alarming way it ended, all three areas of this team failing so miserably in that 30point loss to the Bills?

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