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Look: Dolphins Run The Dumbest Play Of The Season

Miami Dolphins helmet sits on the turf.

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA - NOVEMBER 25: A detailed view of a Miami Dolphins helmet prior to a game against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on November 25, 2018 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Colts defeated the Dolphins 27-24. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

Sunday afternoon has been full of a few incredible moments in the NFL thus far.

Earlier in the afternoon, the Arizona Cardinals returned a missed field goal 109 yards for a touchdown to tie the longest touchdown in NFL history. Just a few hours later, Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker made a 66-yard field goal to set a new NFL record.

Unfortunately, the Miami Dolphins may have just made history in terrible fashion. Sitting on their own one-yard line, backup quarterback Jacoby Brissett fired a pass to wide receiver Jaylen Waddle - in their own endzone.

That's right, the Dolphins decided to try and complete a pass that started in their own endzone. Of course, it turned into a disaster as Waddle was tackled immediately.

Check it out.

After taking a commanding 14-0 lead over the Raiders, the Dolphins decided to run one of the dumbest plays in NFL history.

Waddle had no chance to make a move and get any sort of positive yardage. Thankfully for the Dolphins, the Raiders weren't able to do much on the ensuing possession.

A field goal from Las Vegas cut Miami's lead to 14-5, which is where things stand in the second quarter.