32. Miami Dolphins (0-2)
The Miami Dolphins are just putrid and undoubtedly the worst team in the NFL right now. After surrendering 59 points to the Baltimore Ravens in Week 1, the Dolphins allowed another 43 to the New England Patriots in Week 2.
Quick math: that’s 102 points allowed in two games.
So, how could the Dolphins possibly have gotten worse after letting up less points in Week 2 than in Week 1? They didn’t score a single point, of course.
Josh Rosen took over for Ryan Fitzpatrick after he tossed three picks, and the second-year pro didn’t fare much better, as he completed less than 50 percent of his passes. It’s hard to blame any quarterback who has to play behind an offensive line that allows seven sacks and a jaw-dropping 12 QB hits.
The Dolphins are now 0-2 and going nowhere this season. Rumors are swirling that players are trying to get off this already sunken ship as soon as possible, and defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick might be the first to escape. I can’t say I blame him, or any other Dolphins player that wants out.