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MIAMI -- A sure sign things weren't going the Dolphins' way came when Miami's designated "sign guy" held up a placard that read "Bye Bye Jets," while there was still a quarter yet to be played.
Desperate times call for desperate signs, and it was the only positive one he could muster, unless you count the one underneath that read "One and out, let's scream and shout."
With nine minutes left in the game, Miami's postseason hopes went in and out of the hands of wide receiver James McKnight along with a touchdown that would have put the Dolphins within one score.
The pass ended up in the mitts of Ravens cornerback Duane Starks and the Ravens rolled over Miami 20-3 Sunday before a sold-out (72,251) Pro Player Stadium.
"I lost my footing at the end, but I won't sugarcoat it, I just dropped the ball," McKnight said. "It's a …