Eagles at Dolphins live: Highlights and analysis from NFL Week 13 game

Dave Zangaro
NBC Sports Philadelphia

4:28: Pathetic. 

The Hail Mary play had a chance, but it was picked. Game over. 

Final: Dolphins 37, Eagles 31

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4:21 p.m.: Jake Elliott just kicked a 37-yarder to pull the game back within one score. 

There's 1:51 left: Dolphins 37, Eagles 31 

4:09 p.m.: The Dolphins just kicked a 51-yard field goal to take a 37-28 lead with 3:37 left. 


3:44 p.m.: The Eagles just let the Dolphins go on a 96-yard touchdown drive to take a lead in the fourth quarter. Pretty pathetic. 

Again, the big play was to DeVante Parker. This time it was a 34-yarder. He is up to 151 yards, a new career high. 

This is an embarrassing performance. 

There's 11:06 left: Dolphins 34, Eagles 28 

3:24 p.m.: The Dolphins aren't going away. Ryan Fitzpatrick just threw a touchdown pass to Mike Gesicki, who caught it over Jalen Mills. But Derek Barnett forced the 2-point conversion to fail, so the Eagles are clinging to a two-point lead. 

Not ideal.

Still 1:10 left in the third: Eagles 28, Dolphins 26

3:16 p.m.: Jake Elliott just missed his first field goal of the season. This one was from 49 yards and he pulled it wide left. Zach Ertz had a bad drop on 2nd-and-7; his fourth drop on the season. 

Still 4:34 left in the third: Eagles 28, Dolphins 20 

3:07 p.m.: The Eagles just can't stop DeVante Parker, who just caught a 17-yard touchdown pass. The Dolphins answer right back, but missed the extra point. 

Still 8:45 left in the third: Eagles 28, Dolphins 20

2:35 p.m.: J.J. Arcega-Whiteside just caught his first-career touchdown catch on 3rd-and-goal from the 15-yard line. Carson Wentz extended the play and found the rookie in the end zone. 

Then Wentz hit Nelson Agholor in the end zone for a 2-point conversion to make it a seven-point game. 

Two huge plays from No. 11. 

That was a big 12 play, 75-yard drive by the Eagles. It took them 4:34. 

At half: Eagles 21, Dolphins 14 

2:18 p.m.: The Eagles are now losing to the worst team in football. 

On 4th-and-goal from the 1, the Dolphins pulled off a fake field goal for a touchdown. It was a pretty wild play and the Eagles have now been beaten on a trick play in each of their last three games. 

Earlier on the drive, DeVante Parker had a huge catch. Ronald Darby has now given up two big 40-plus-yard catches to DeVante Parker today. The big play of this drive was a 42-yarder down the left sideline on third down. The 43-yarder earlier in the game came on fourth down. 

Still 4:40 left in the half: Dolphins 14, Eagles 13 

1:47 p.m.: That's the end of the first quarter. The Eagles out-gained the Dolphins 103-80 in the first quarter. 

After 1: Eagles 10, Dolphins 7 

1:42 p.m.: The Dolphins just got on the board with an incredible play from DeVante Parker. On fourth down, Ryan Fitzpatrick tossed up a perfect pass to Parker, who rose about Ronald Darby to make a catch and then scamper into the end zone. Darby actually had tight coverage but Parker just made a great play. 

We're still in the first quarter: Eagles 10, Dolphins 7

1:21 p.m.: The Eagles' offense stalled that time, but Jake Elliott kicked a 48-yard field goal to extend the lead. Elliott just got an extension this week and was the Eagles' rotating sixth captain today. 

1:17 p.m.: Big third-down stop from the Eagles defense. Josh Sweat had a great pass rush and has been playing really well recently. 

1:10 p.m.: The Eagles get on the board first with a 15-yard touchdown pass from Carson Wentz to Miles Sanders, who was wide open in the flat after a coverage breakdown. The play came on 3rd-and-7. The Eagles had to go just 18 yards after the Darby pick. 

Still early in the first: Eagles 7, Dolphins 0 

1:04 p.m.: OK, that was a good start for the Eagles. Ronald Darby picked off a pass on the very first play from scrimmage. On the play, Kamu Grugier-Hill ran into the receiver on the play and Darby picked off the pass. It's Darby's second INT of the year. 

Grugier-Hill was hurt on the play but was able to walk off on his own power. 

1:01 p.m.: The Eagles win the toss and defer. Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Dolphins are up first. 

12:24 p.m.: A few scenes from pregame warmups: 

11:30 a.m.: Zach Ertz (hamstring) is playing. 

Here are the Eagles' inactives: 

Jordan Howard (shoulder) 
Nate Herbig
Shareef Miller
Nate Sudfeld 
Sidney Jones 
Matt Pryor
Daeshon Hall 

11:13 a.m.: A few scenes from early warmups: 

10:27 a.m.: I have arrived to the stadium. As expected, there were a ton of Eagles fans milling about. 

8:29 a.m.: Good morning, everyone! It's game day!

I arrived to the Miami area on Saturday morning on a flight with a bunch of Eagles fans and there are a ton down here. It's December, so a trip to Miami sounds pretty good for a bunch of people in Philly. 

"I've been told there's a few Eagles fans that are going to be at this game, which will be great," Doug Pederson said last week. "Our fans travel well. Obviously South Florida would be a great destination this time of year for Eagles fans to get out of the cold, much like it was in L.A. a couple years ago.

"But, yeah, I would expect a nice crowd there for us. This is a great place to play. I haven't been down there in a few years. I'm excited to get back down there."

Now, I doubt it'll be like that Los Angeles trip Pederson was talking about. That was nuts. But there's a chance this game could come kind of close to that. 

I'm sure Eagles fans are here in great numbers and I've seen it just around my hotel in Fort Lauderdale. I'm sure Roob was out on South Beach with a bunch last night. 

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