NFL's Miami Dolphins Fail to Break Losing Streak If adversity makes you stronger, the Miami Dolphins are as strong as they've ever been. The only team that ever had a perfect season is close to perfection of a different kind. They haven't won a single game. And then, last night, the Dolphins lost their 11th straight game to Pittsburgh.
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NFL's Miami Dolphins Fail to Break Losing Streak

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NFL's Miami Dolphins Fail to Break Losing Streak

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STEVE INSKEEP, host:

Good Morning. I'm Steve Inskeep.

If adversity makes you stronger, the Miami Dolphins are as strong as they've ever been. The only team that ever had a perfect season is close to perfection of a different kind. They have not won a single game. And then, last night, the Dolphins played on the field so wet and muddy that neither team could score. It was 0-0 until the final minute, and that's when Pittsburgh kicked a field goal. The Dolphins lost their 11th-straight game.

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