The Miami Dolphins allowed a safety for the third straight week, thanks in part to one of the worst kickoff returns you’ll ever see.
First, let’s get to the kickoff.
Already down 7-3 to the Philadelphia Eagles, receiver Damien Williams ran into his own man at the one-yard line after trying to take the return out of the end zone.
The Dolphins just gave up another safety, thanks in part to this awful kick return pic.twitter.com/9c6cvFQPJp
— Deadspin (@Deadspin) November 15, 2015
After setting up the ‘Fins at their own one-yard line, Williams gave way to quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who was oblivious to pressure in his own end zone and took a sack, which resulted in a safety. As we mentioned, it was the third straight game in which the Dolphins allowed a safety, further demonstrating the team’s ineptness on the 2015 season.
— Sportsnaut (@Sportsnaut) November 15, 2015
The Dolphins quickly surrendered another touchdown shortly afterwards to fall into an early 16-3 hole against the Eagles.