Despite the fact that the Miami Dolphins' loss to the Buffalo Bills by a score of 21-14 on Sunday night prevented
them from winning the AFC East championship, it did make it possible for them to have a more manageable schedule in 2024.
As a result of finishing in second place in the AFC East, the Dolphins were able to avoid having to compete against the division
champions Baltimore, Kansas City, and Detroit in the following season.
Rather than that, the Dolphins will compete against the teams that finished in second place in the AFC North,
AFC West, and NFC North, respectively. To be more specific, the Cleveland Browns,
Las Vegas Raiders, and Detroit Lions will be their opponents.
All of Miami's other 14 games were predetermined by the rotational scheduling system used by the National Football League.