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  1. Joe Philbin explains end-of-first-half gaffe

    James Walker

    ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- After the Miami Dolphins looked flat in a 29-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills, Miami head coach Joe Philbin had some explaining to do. Perhaps the biggest mystery was why the Dolphins got ultra-conservative when down nine points at ...

    Blog | September 14, 2014
  2. Webber & the 10 biggest sports gaffes

    ESPN Stats & Information

    Hard to believe, but it's true: 20 years have passed since Chris Webber made his most infamous play, calling for a timeout with none left in the 1993 national championship game between Michigan and North Carolina. So, to "celebrate" the 20th anniv...

    Blog | April 05, 2013
  3. Big Question: Most dubious AFC East call?

    Tim Graham

    What's the worst call to have spoiled the result for an AFC East team? In the past few weeks, Koman Coulibaly and Jim Joyce made two of the most infamous officiating blunders. On a global stage, Coulibaly's no-goal gaffe might cost the U.S. soc...

    Blog | June 22, 2010
  4. AFC East weekend wrap

    Tim Graham

    A roundup of goings on around the division from the first weekend without football since August ... Buffalo Bills Despite gaffes that cost them games, the Bills still placed third in the Dallas Morning News' annual special-teams rankings. ...

    Blog | February 14, 2010
  5. Video: Lett laughs about blunders vs. Bills, Fins

    Tim Graham

    Leon Lett never played in the AFC East, but his two most memorable plays were nationally televised gaffes against the Buffalo Bills in the Super Bowl and the Miami Dolphins on Thanksgiving. Lett laughs about his blunders in this interview with...

    Blog | May 20, 2009
  6. Extra Point/ESPN Sportsbeat for Jan. 15-31, 2004

    Rece Davis wonders at long last, have you no sense of decency? Jay Mariotti spots some hypocrites. And Mike Tirico wonders if the General will ever learn.

    Story | Conversation | February 03, 2004