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Dolphins: OG Laremy Tunsil started at left tackle in place of Branden Albert, but injured his shoulder during the first half. Backup RT Sam Young moved over to the left side. Albert had surgery on a torn ligament in his wrist, but wouldn't rule out playing next week.
With two dramatic drives, Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins washed it all away.
After Jarvis Landry caught a 10-yard TD pass with 4:02 to play, the Dolphins got the ball right back and drove downfield for Parker's diving TD reception in the corner. Miami gained 152 of its 240 total yards on the final two drives, leaving the Los Angeles defense heartbroken and furious.
Fisher called it "one of the most disappointing losses" of his long career.
Dolphins: Return home to host struggling San Francisco (1-9).
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"We played pretty much great the whole day," Rams defensive end Robert Quinn said. "We kept fighting, but those last 6 minutes, I think it's going to haunt us."
LOS ANGELES (AP) — For 54 dull and rainy minutes, the Los Angeles Rams' defense appeared to be carrying Jared Goff to a victory in his NFL debut.
DeVante Parker caught a 9-yard touchdown pass with 36 seconds to play, and the surging Dolphins rallied for two late scores to spoil Goff's big day with a 14-10 victory Sunday.
Rams: At New Orleans for yet another long road trip in a season full of travel.
"Felt good," Goff said. "We're obviously disappointed with the result there at the end and how things turned out, and how we felt through the whole game and how in control we were. At the end, 6 minutes left, we just kind of couldn't put it away."
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"To play 3 1/2 quarters of good football and then to let things slip away in the last 6 minutes was really disappointing," Fisher said.
"It's all about will," Landry said. "I couldn't get in there alone. I closed my eyes and went for the ride."
The rookie got his first NFL completion on a short pass to fellow rookie Tyler Higbee, but neither team made much headway in the first three quarters. Goff showed mobility in the pocket and made a handful of key third-down throws to keep the Rams moving.
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"I was disappointed in the outcome of the game, but I think you could see the light," Los Angeles coach Jeff Fisher said. "There was a light there for (Goff), so we'll continue to allow him to get ready, continue to progress."
"I don't even know (how the comeback happened)," Dolphins coach Adam Gase said. "Just nothing was going right for us. We were terrible on offense."
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Tannehill passed for 172 yards in the fifth straight victory for the Dolphins (6-4), who were dominated by the Rams' defense until their final chances for redemption. Miami left the Coliseum crowd in disbelief and barely kept alive its longest winning streak since 2008.
Until the late swerve, the game was a decent coming-out party for the NFL's No. 1 draft pick.
The Dolphins spent the week in California after beating San Diego last weekend, but their offense was mostly awful until Tannehill got it moving in the final minutes. Parker had eight catches for 79 yards, and Jay Ajayi rushed for 77 yards.
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Todd Gurley scored on a 24-yard run in the first quarter for Los Angeles (4-6), but neither team managed much offense until Miami's late surge.
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"It's about players making the plays that your team needs to win," he said. "I think as a coach, you want to make sure you don't screw that up."
The coach's willingness to bend, however, does not mean he deviates from the consistent routine he established when he came to Seattle after nine years at USC. Wednesdays are "Competition Wednesdays." Thursdays are "Turnover Thursdays." And so on.
"He's done a good job of treating everybody fairly, treating everybody the same," said Patriots linebacker Rob Ninkovich. "If something goes wrong, he makes sure we know about it. It's all about knowing how to get the best out of everybody."
Dissimilar as they are, they have both built their teams on a foundation of unflinching candor inside their locker and meeting rooms — a quality Carroll brings to some of his public speaking, but one that Belichick eschews.
The Super Bowl coaches approach their obligations to the public and media from opposite ends. Belichick, coaching for his fourth championship in New England, is dry, offers little to no insight and rarely makes anyone laugh. Carroll, looking for his second straight title, is a high-fiving, fist-bumping extrovert who started one of his news conferences this week with a welcoming, "What's up?!?"
It's also about tennis, but "the stuff really resonated," Carroll said in an interview while he was coaching Southern California.
A much fuller picture of the coach was painted in the 2013 NFL Network production "A Football Life," which gave an inside and genuinely absorbing look at the coach — miked up and behind the scenes during what turned out to be a disappointing 2009 season.
Quirky as they come, he once said a book that guided many of his core philosophies was, "The Inner Game of Tennis," a 1974 self-help manuscript by W. Timothy Callwey that is about finding "the state of 'relaxed concentration' that helps you play your best."
Everyone benefited: Belichick and the Patriots — and Carroll and Seattle.
"Hard not to get choked up about it," Belichick said, barely controlling the tears as he toured his old stomping grounds, the old Giants Stadium, where he won his first two Super Bowl rings as New York's defensive coordinator. "I spent a lot of hours in that room."
There's no big mystery to all this coaching success, Belichick insists.
PHOENIX (AP) — Put Bill Belichick behind a microphone and he's C-SPAN — minus the information.
"He's got a philosophy he stays true to," said offensive line coach Tom Cable. "For a lot of us who've coached a long time, we've been around a lot of great teachers, but their philosophies can go up and down. For him, he's the way he is every day."

Different styles have produced similar results, though.
One trait his old boss, Bill Parcells,http://www.soccerpro.us.com/Atletico-Madrid-FC/, turned into an art was figuring out how to get the most from each of his players by treating them individually.
Over his 15 years in New England, Belichick has made it increasingly difficult for anyone outside of Patriots Nation to love him. Nobody likes a boring cheater, and that is how he's sometimes portrayed. It's all summed up in his handling of the controversy of Super Bowl week — Deflategate — a subject he has refused to talk about since Saturday, when he held a news conference to deny wrongdoing and announce he was moving on. "We're just focused on Seattle this week," he's said, repeating some version of that time and again.
In keeping with the touchy-feely theme, he has repeatedly made it clear this week that he respects the individuality of his players — from Richard Sherman,Boston Celtics Jerseys, who is willing to speak on just about everything, to Marshawn Lynch, who doesn't want to talk about anything.
Carroll does the same thing — just differently.
Belichick is making his sixth Super Bowl appearance as a head coach and his Patriots are as close as there is to a dynasty in the current NFL. Carroll's team is being mentioned as a possible dynasty,Cheap Carolina Panthers Jerseys, as well, and that notion will only gain steam if the Seahawks win Sunday and become the first back-to-back champions since, who else?, New England in 2003-04.
Pete Carroll is more like a Lifetime movie. Or, as defensive lineman Michael Bennett puts it,World Baseball Classic Jerseys 2017, "He has that Benjamin Button effect on everyone."
"What you see on TV is what you get, pretty much, from the two," said Patriots cornerback Brandon Browner, who previously played for Carroll in Seattle. "They have similarities too, though. Their football IQ is way up there. They are so different, but at the same time they're the same. That's why they both have succeeded at this level."
He feels he set Carroll back by not giving him the full control he wanted,Brian Poole Falcons Jersey, and the owner adjusted his style when he made the next hire.
It's not a trait Belichick shares,Blake Swihart Jersey, at least in the sense that no one seems to get the Superstar Treatment in New England: High-priced cornerback Darrelle Revis got sent home one day for being late for a meeting. Jonas Gray ran for 201 yards in a win against Indianapolis but has barely been heard from again after showing up late for a meeting.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft, who hired Carroll back in 1997, then Belichick in 2000, called his former coach, "pretty special to be around. A lot of fun."
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