AFC Power Rankings Week 17: Steelers fall, Pats stay at No. 1

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13. player. 59. <p>You can’t put all the blame on Ryan Tannehill’s red zone interception to Vontae Davis, but it certainly didn’t do the Dolphins any favors on Sunday. Niether did the 54 yards on 24 combined carries between Lamar Miller and Jay Ajayi.</p> <p>At least DeVante Parker continued to get his feet under him as a professional football player nabbing four passes for a career-high 93 yards, including his longest play of the season, a 49-yard diving catch. Jarvis Landry paced the Dolphins with 111 yards on seven catches, which gave the LSU product his first career 1,000-yard season.</p> <p>With the playoffs out of the picture entirely, the Dolphins will look to ruin the Patriots’ hopes of acquiring the No. 1 overall seed in the playoffs this upcoming Sunday.</p>. AFC East. 5-10. Miami Dolphins

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