DAVIE Vincent Taylor Jersey , Fla. (AP) —nother miracle.After beating New England with a pass and double lateral on the final play, the Dolphins are 7-6 and could use some more magic in the next three weeks to make the playoffs.Coach Adam Gase figures his Dolphins probably need to sweep their remaining games — at Minnesota, home against Jacksonville and at Buffalo — to earn an AFC wild-card berth.But when asked Monday if he’s optimistic, Gase grinned.“I’d better be,” he said. “We just won a game that … I like where we’re at. We’re alive.”The Dolphins saved their season with the play borrowed from Boise State and thus called “Boise.” Kenyan Drake took the last lateral and ran 52 yards to complete a 69-yard score for a 34-33 victory .The last player Drake eluded was 6-foot-6 tight end Rob Gronkowski, whose lumbering presence at the back of the Patriots‘ prevent defense prompted plenty of second-guessing in Boston and elsewhere.“I saw it was Gronk in front of me, and I was just like, ‘Look, I’ve got somewhere to be,'” Drake said. “I had to get in the end zone.”For long-suffering fans, it was a moment to savor — the first time in the Dolphins’ 52-year history they won a game with a TD and no time left in regulation.“I’ve witnessed in person a lot of great sports moments in my life Jakeem Grant Jersey , but as far as football goes, I can’t say I have EVER seen anything quite like that!” tweeted Jack Nicklaus, who is the grandfather of Dolphins tight end Nick O’Leary but better known for his own sporting dramas. “Fantastic Fin-ish! Wow. WOW! Go Fins!”As a result of the improbable win, the Dolphins are unlikely playoff race participants.They’ve been outgained by 1,177 yards and outscored by 55 points, and rank 29th in the NFL in both offense and defense. But only five AFC teams have a better record, and they’re tied with three other teams in the race for the last wild-card berth.The challenge now for the Dolphins is to build on their miracle.“It means nothing if we don’t finish the season strong and find our way into the playoffs,” receiver Kenny Stills said.Gase was so ready to move on he turned off his phone soon after the game and ignored incoming congratulatory messages.“I was working on Minnesota,” he said, a little sheepishly.As preparations began, quarterback Ryan Tannehill showed good mobility in the team complex less than 24 hours after the win. He played the second half against New England with an injured right ankle .“He’s sore Bobby McCain Jersey ,” Gase said. “He’s walking around, so that’s good.”The Dolphins also hope AFC interception leader Xavien Howard can play after missing the Patriots game because of a left knee injury, but his status is uncertain.Tannehill has a passer rating of 129.9 in three games since returning from a shoulder injury that sidelined him for five games. His 105.7 rating for the season ranks sixth in the NFL.“He has played the way we need him to play these last few games,” Gase said.Tannehill was credited with three touchdown passes against the Patriots, including on the final play when his toss to Stills covered the first 14 yards before rugby broke out.The play kept the Dolphins relevant, at least for another week, Tannehill said.“We know the situation we’re in,” he said. “Before this game we’re sitting at 6-6 and on the outside looking in. We know every game from here on out is pretty much do or die.”The Dolphins remain long shots. But after what happened Sunday, it might to unwise to count them out. TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Second-year quarterback Josh Rosen was a surprise starter and went 10 for 18 for 102 yards during the first half in the Miami Dolphins‘ 16-14 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Friday night.Rosen, battling with 15-year veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick for the Dolphins’ starting job Jesse Davis Jersey , helped Miami to a pair of field goals and a 6-3 halftime lead. Rosen was 13 for 20 with one interception in last week’s 34-27 victory over Atlanta.Fitzpatrick, who spent the previous two seasons with Tampa Bay, entered to start the second half and completed 3 of 9 passes for 20 yards before being replaced by Jake Rudock five minutes into the fourth quarter.Article continues below ...Tampa Bay rookie Matt Gay had two field goals, including a go-ahead 48-yarder with 6 seconds to play.Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston played one series for the second consecutive week, completing 2 of 4 passes for 24 yards. He is in the final year of his rookie contract at a salary of nearly $21 million.The Dolphins got within 13-12 on an 8-yard strike from Rudock to Patrick Laird with 34 seconds remaining in the fourth period. Rudock then put the Dolphins up 14-13 by hitting Trenton Irwin for the 2-point conversion.The Buccaneers had a no-pass-interference call overturned after a video review with 3:36 left in the fourth that led to a tiebreaking touchdown. After the penalty on Tyler Patmon for interfering Justin Watson put the ball on the Miami 4, Ryan Griffin connected with Tanner Hudson for a 13-6 lead on the next play.Bucs coach Bruce Arians opted to have his regulars play less than they might normally in a second preseason game because of the work done during joint practices with the Dolphins on Tuesday and Wednesday.Miami’s Jason Sanders made second-period field goals from 45 and 49 yards, the final one coming with 1 second remaining.Gay kicked a 32-yard field goal in the second quarter. Cairo Santos tied it at 6 with a 23-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter.ROOKIE REPORTDolphins WR Preston Williams was targeted six times but made just one catch for 7 yards. The undrafted player had four receptions for 97 yards in last week’s game against Pittsburgh.INJURIESDolphins: RB Kenyan Drake (right foot) didn’t play.Buccaneers: LB Lavonte David (knee) remains out.NEXT UPDolphins: return home to play Jacksonville on Thursday night.Buccaneers: host Cleveland next Friday night.