The Miami Dolphins' were unable to end their season on a high note, as the pieces failed to fall into place in Miami and around the league as the Dolphins lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers and fell short of the playoffs.
The Dolphins, fresh off an 11-5 record and AFC East title in 2008, suffered a sophomore slump under Bill Parcells and Tony Sparano.
Facing a much tougher schedule and having tougher luck with injuries, the Dolphins struggled to a 7-9 record and third-place finish in the division.
The Dolphins will have quite a bit of work to do in 2010 to improve as a franchise, and I'll be offering constant information and analysis throughout the league's offseason.
Until then, here are my observations from the Dolphins' 30-24 loss to the Steelers in the ...
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Article written by Chris J. Nelson