The Miami Dolphins' Week 1 loss to the Seattle Seahawks last season certainly wasn't the low point of 10-win campaign, but the two-point loss did include one of their most miserable offensive performances of the season.
Miami had just 11 first downs, 64 rushing yards and 214 total yards and were 3-for-14 on third down. Adding insult to their misery was Kenny Stills dropping one of the most wide open deep touchdown passes you'll ever see. Trailing 3-0 in the second quarter, Stills drifted more than five yards behind the Seahawks' secondary and only needed to catch Ryan Tannehill's pass for a 71-yard touchdown.
Couldn't do it. And the gaffe remained their worst play of their entire season.
It is included in a highlight video that every NFL fan will find 96.9 percent hilarious (31/32) and 3.1 percent depressing (1/32).