Watch: A Miami miracle as Dolphins douse Raiders in fabulous fashion

What's happening in Vegas ... you wouldn't believe it even if the Miami Dolphins told you how they won a game against the Las Vegas Raiders on Saturday 26-25.
The dolphins appeared to be sunk when Daniel Carlson scored a field goal 23 seconds from time to put Las Vegas 25:23 ahead.
This is the same Raiders team that benefited from an absolutely bizarre defense strategy by the New York Jets weeks ago.
This time lightning struck Las Vegas when Ryan Fitzpatrick found Mack Hollins for 33 yards for a mediocre Tua Tagovailoa. A roughing up of the passerby penalty for grabbing Veteran QB's face mask tacked another 15 meters.
After an incompleteness, Jason Sanders came into play and hit a 44-yard field goal by a second that kept the fate of the playoffs under Miami's control.
The win brought the Dolphins to 10-5 and they face the Buffalo Bills in their regular season finale.
The Raiders keep tripping, tripping and tripping and fading to 7-8.

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