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vs. NE
W 34-33
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@ Min
L 17-41
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vs. Jax
L 7-17
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@ Buf
L 17-42
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Former Dolphins guard Bob Kuechenberg dies at age 71

MIAMI (AP) Former Miami Dolphins guard Bob Kuechenberg, a six-time Pro Bowl selection and member of the only NFL team to achieve a perfect season, died at age 71.

His death Saturday was confirmed by the Dolphins, who had no further details.

Kuechenberg joined the Dolphins as a free agent in 1970, coach Don Shula's first season, and played for them until 1983. He started every game for the team that went 17-0 in 1972, and started 16 games for the team that repeated as Super Bowl champions in 1973.

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AFC East Division
TeamWLTPct
xy-New England 1150.688
Miami 790.438
Buffalo 6100.375
New York 4120.250
Full Standings
Leaders
Pass Yds: R. Tannehill1979
Pass TDs: R. Tannehill17
Rush Yds: F. Gore722
Rush TDs: K. Drake4
Rec Yds: D. Amendola575
Rec TDs: K. Stills6
Int: X. Howard7
Sacks: R. Quinn6.5
Offense (Rank)
Yards: 4638 (31)
Passing Yards: 3309 (28)
Rushing Yards: 1738 (18)
Points per game: 19.9 (26)
Yards per game: 289.9 (31)
Touchdowns: 33 (24)
Field Goals: 18 (30)
Defense (Rank)
Yards: 6257 (29)
Passing Yards: 4141 (20)
Rushing Yards: 2325 (31)
Points per game: 27.1 (27)
Yards per game: 391.1 (29)
Touchdowns: 48 (26)
Field Goals: 24 (14)
Transactions
Date Player Transactions
1/12 J. Rudock signed
1/2 D. Delaney pract. squad del
1/2 M. Lewis pract. squad del
1/2 F. Owusu pract. squad del
1/1 J. Burgess Jr. signed
1/1 C. Hilland signed
1/1 C. Lammons signed
1/1 J. Pittman signed
1/1 Q. Poling signed
1/1 J. Valoaga signed
Injuries
Date Player Status
12/30 K. Alonso knee, hamstring (Questionable)
12/30 A. Branch knee (Questionable)
12/30 Z. Hood hamstring (Questionable)
12/30 X. Howard knee (Questionable)
12/30 T. McDonald ankle (Doubtful)
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