DAVIE, Fla. (AP) - Nothing comes easily these days for the Miami Dolphins. The lone touchdown scored by their offense in the past 21/2 games was awarded only after a replay review.
The unit led by rookie Ryan Tannehill has stalled during a three-game losing streak, and so has the franchise's turnaround under first-year coach Joe Philbin. A 19-14 loss Thursday at Buffalo dropped the Dolphins to 4-6 and quashed talk about a playoff run, at least for now.
The only touchdown by Miami's offense came with nine minutes left on a 2-yard pass from Tannehill to Davone Bess that was initially ruled incomplete.
The reversal ended a streak of 27 consecutive offensive possessions without a TD. Miami totaled only 184 yards at Buffalo one week after managing 255 against Tennessee.
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