I do not believe owner Stephen Ross will reconsider his decision to keep Joe Philbin. So live with that, Dolphins fans.
Live with this as well: The Dolphins are a bit of a mess today.
They had a chance to deliver the first winning season since 2008 and failed by losing 37-24 to the New York Jets. That's the 4-12 New York Jets.
The defense gave up the most points the Jets have scored all season. The Jets had 500 yards of offense until a six-yard loss on a throwaway run before the last New York FG.
Mike Wallace finished the game on the bench because there was some exchange between him and a coach and quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Wat Aikens was inactive because of a disciplinary issue.
Koa Misi got hurt. Again. And could not finish the game.
The special teams yielded a fake punt pass that went for a 38 yards and led New York to the cinching touchdown.
Did it tell you the defense was terrible? It made Geno Smith look like Joe Namath in his prime. Smith threw three touchdown passes. Three!
If Joe Philbin think Kevin Coyle is still the answer as the defensive coordinator it would not suprise. He is, after all, resistant to change.
But Coyle has earned a firing for breaking this defense. It has gone from a playoff-caliber unit years ago to a unit that needs significant help this offseason.
This is the second consecutive year a reeling Jets team beats the Dolphins at home. The bright side to that?
The Jets won't visit Miami in 2015. The Dolphins home game against New York next year will be played in London.