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0-5, 4th in AFC East

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins claimed CB Ryan Lewis, recently waived by the Eagles, to fill the spot vacated by cutting CB Johnson Bademosi.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins have released CB Johnson Bademosi.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Brian Flores said he feels the Dolphins already have a pretty good evaluation of Josh Rosen based on the amount of time he's been with the team. He says Rosen is the starter Sunday at Buffalo because of continuity, but that conversation will be ongoing throughout the season.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

New ESPN FPI update: Dolphins have an 89% chance to earn the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL draft. Cincinnati, the only other winless team, has the second-highest chance at 6.7%. Last year through Week 6, Arizona Cardinals had the highest chance at 33% per ESPN Stats & Info. For those full on the Tank for Tua ship for Miami, you're in great shape.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The Dolphins have an 89% chance to earn the No. 1 overall pick in the draft, per FPI.

David Purdum ESPN Staff Writer 

The Buffalo Bills are consensus 16.5-point favorites over the Miami Dolphins this week. The last time the Bills were favored by more than 16 points was Week 14 of the 1992 season, when they were 17-point favorites over the New York Jets.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Just two winless NFL teams left: 0-5 Dolphins & 0-6 Bengals.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Josh Rosen recorded a Total QBR of 2.1 today. Second-worst QBR game of the season (Luke Falk, Week 5).

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Josh Rosen's air yards to sticks was -8.9 today -- meaning he averaged throwing 8.9 yards short of the line to gain -- the lowest AYTS game for any QB this season, per NFL Next Gen Stats (min. 14 attempts).

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Fins bench struggling Rosen, turn back to Fitz

The Dolphins went back to Ryan Fitzpatrick as their quarterback after benching Josh Rosen in the fourth quarter of a close game against the Redskins.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins benched Josh Rosen for Ryan Fitzpatrick three quarters into Sunday's game against Washington. Earlier this week, Brian Flores said Josh Rosen was "settled" as Dolphins QB and he wanted to see how he improved throughout the season. But offensive struggles appear to have led Flores to change his tune as he looked for a spark. Fitzpatrick led Dolphins to their first second half points of the season via a touchdown drive.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins down 7-3 to Washington at half. WASH had 92 rushing yards (71 for Adrian Peterson) in first half, winning against Miami's run D. Dolphins need to protect better for Josh Rosen (4 first half sacks) so he has more time to take down-field shots. Rosen has just 50 passing yards and an interception. It's been more of a dink-and-dunk offense featuring Mark Walton.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami-Washington winless bowl is getting off to an on-brand start. After one quarter, the teams have combined for 46 yards on 28 plays. 6 punts. No points.

Battle of winless teams: How to bet Redskins vs. Dolphins (0:56)
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Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Xavien Howard and Jakeem Grant are INACTIVE for Dolphins vs. Washington today. Howard was a limited participant all week in practice with knee soreness. Miami down its best player for the winless bowl. Albert Wilson is active for first time since Week 1, coming back from his calf injury. Jesse Davis, Bobby McCain and Reshad Jones are active, too. Full Dolphins inactives: Xavien Howard, Jakeem Grant, Johnson Bademosi, Myles Gaskin, Chandler Cox, Chris Reed, Keaton Sutherland.

Ninkovich: Dolphins will not give up (0:59)
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Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins center and offensive captain Daniel Kilgore on the tank brigade rooting for a winless bowl loss: "This team is going to compete their asses off. We're going to go out on Sunday and go to win. As much as I'm sure everybody wants us to lose to secure that No. 1 overall pick, I don't give a damn."

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Josh Rosen acknowledged that he's aware Dolphins could draft a QB high in 2020 and zap his long-term future in Miami but he's still eager to prove there's not a need to do that: "I feel like I'm trying out for the team. I'm auditioning and trying to put my best foot forward to prove to everyone upstairs, to coach Flo and Mr. Grier that I'm the man moving forward." "It's a different circumstance than what other QBs are put in but it's the one that I've been given. I'm taking it in full stride. I'm excited to hopefully prove over the next 12 more weeks that I'm their guy moving forward."

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

If the Dolphins beat the Redskins on Sunday, Miami still would have a 55% chance to earn the No. 1 overall pick in the draft between all of its 2020 first-round picks, per FPI.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards176.031st
Rushing Yards58.231st
Points For8.432nd
Points Against36.0