What we learned from Steelers’ win over Dolphins – NFL.com

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Down 14 points for most of the first half, the Pittsburgh Steelers (3-4) staved off embarrassment and came back to defeat the still winless Miami Dolphins (0-7), 27-14, on “Monday Night Football” to close out Week 8. Here’s what we learned:
1. When the book is written on the 2019 season, few will remember Monday evening’s bout between Mason Rudolph and Ryan Fitzpatrick even happened. In fact, most might want to forget the slog between two teams with a combined two wins ever graced television, computer and mobile screens. Aside from the uni-wear being aesthetically pleasing, Monday’s game was a sore for those with sight. The legacy of the game, however, could have great implications in late April. Miami’s loss, its seventh of the season in seven tries, keeps the franchise’s chances of securing the first overall pick in the 2020 draft squarely in its hands. A surprising win over Pittsburgh, which appeared very possible for a half, would have landed the Dolphins their first win but also sweetened the value of the Steelers’ first-round pick (which Miami owns). A possible win-lose-win scenario avoided. The same cannot be said for the viewing public.

2. On a topsy-turvy night for Rudolph (251 yards, 2 TDs, INT), making

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