Coach Adam Gase’s frustration with his offense boiled over publicly after last Thursday’s 40-0 loss to Baltimore.

Drive by Bedford, where Bailey once filled the rafters. Hang a left onto State Road 60 East and pass through Borden, where a stark-white sign boasts in bold red, “2008 Boys Basketball: 1A-2A 6th Grade State Champions.”

After eight years of dressing up NFL stadiums and players in pink to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer screenings and education in conjunction with the American Cancer Society, the league this year expanded its Crucial Catch campaign to target multiple cancers.

The money raised will still be directed toward grants providing education, outreach and low-cost screenings for detectable cancers in underserved areas near NFL cities—the kind of screenings that may have helped Prescott’s mom catch the cancer earlier and have a better prognosis. The NFL also funded the ACS’s development of an online Defender tool for fans to receive tips on how to reduce risks for all types of cancer. The end line of each NFL field this month is painted with the new logo featuring bars of the same seven colors Prescott wore on his cleats.

“I’m telling you, he’s gonna be a star,” insisted Dave Telep, a recruiting analyst who now moonlights as scouting director for the San Antonio Spurs. Almost 15 years ago, Telep assured Darrin Horn, who was assembling his staff at Western Kentucky at the time, that Miller — fresh off his playing days in Raleigh — was a no-brainer as a young coaching talent to invest in early.

The Dolphins have proven adept at overcoming adversity with wins over the Falcons and Jets despite trailing by double-digits in the second half of both contests.

Miami ranks last in the NFL in average yards (252.4) and points (13.1). The Dolphins also are the NFL’s only team without a rushing touchdown, which is particularly poor considering Jay Ajayi is in the backfield.