Patriots Vs. Dolphins: Miami Coach, Fans Call Loss 'Embarrassing'

Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano called the 41-14 beating his team took against the Patriots on Monday Night Football "embarrassing."

That's what SB Nation's The Phinsider called it as well.

Two weeks ago, we were all talking about how the Dolphins had a chance to make a statement on national television about the kind of team they are. Well they sure did make a statement - just not the kind they wanted to make. Rather than letting the league and the nation know that they were for real, the Dolphins declared that they just aren't a very good team right now.

Mediocre - that's really the best way to describe them at this point in time.

The Dolphins are the definition of mediocre sitting at 2-2 and third in the AFC East. They've now lost two consecutive divisional games after starting 2-0 on the season.

Check out The Phinsider for more on the Dolphins loss.

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