Despite an embarrassing performance on Monday night, the Miami Dolphins remain in playoff contention in the mediocre AFC.
But if the Dolphins (4-5) hope to challenge for a postseason berth they'll need to fix a struggling defense. Miami has allowed 37.3 points per game during its current three-game losing streak, which included a 45-21 loss to the Carolina Panthers on Monday night.
Carolina piled up 458 yards of offense, the most in the franchise's 23-year history.
"There is no way we should give up 350 yards with the players we have, let alone 550," said Dolphins defensive end Andre Branch. "We just have to go back to work and it will be fixed for...