The Dolphins had the perfect season.
And now they have the imperfect roster.
So the Miami Dolphins have accomplished something remarkable already, at least if a computer simulation is to be believed.
They have absolutely no chance of playing in the Super Bowl in their home stadium this February.
Zero. Point zero.
.@SportsLine simulated the season schedule 10K times, and these are the Super Bowl probabilities for all 32 NFL teams.
1. Chiefs (18.4%)
2. Patriots (17.4%)
3. Saints (14.3%)
4. Rams (10.1%)
5. Chargers (6.7%)
6. Eagles (5.2%)
7. Seahawks (3.7%)
8. Bears (3.2%)
9. Browns (3.2%) pic.twitter.com/iv0UUiVPvX
— CBS Sports HQ (@CBSSportsHQ) September 5, 2019
That’s 10,000 simulations.
And not once does Josh Rosen hit Preston Williams in the back of the end zone with a perfect strike to capture the Lombardi Trophy.
The Dolphins were the only team with that distinction.
Seriously, anything could happen if you tried it 10,000 times.
They might even draft a good offensive lineman outside the first round.
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