With the four Sunday slate of games having wrapped up for week four of the NFL season, these three teams put on the most abysmal performance yesterday. The Miami Dolphins offense once again no-showed for the second week in a row. Meanwhile, the Cleveland Browns got beatdown by the Cincinnati Bengals and the Tennesse Titans got annihilated by the Houston Texans.

Miami Dolphins

Yesterday, the Miami Dolphins (1-1) started the game against the New Orleans Saints (1-2) by driving all the way down to the four-yard line. Then quarterback Jay Cutler threw an interception on a seemingly miscommunicated fade route to Julius Thomas.

Miami's offense would do nothing the rest of the game but only be down 3-0 at halftime. The Saints offense got going in the second half, as they ended up winning 20-0. Miami is now the only team this year that has not scored a touchdown on any kind in the first half. In the last two games, the Dolphins have only managed to score six points.

Cleveland Browns

The Cleveland Browns (0-3) had the best chance to win their first game of the season, as they faced off against the rival Cincinnati Bengals (0-3) at home.

It was 0-0 at the end of the first quarter but by halftime, the Bengals had taken a commanding 21-0 lead.

Cleveland would not manage to put points on the board until there was just under two minutes left in the game, as they lost 31-7. Rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer once again struggled, as he threw an interception, which was his league-leading eighth of the season.

Prior to the game, Browns ownership held a conference call yesterday with scouts and football operations staff. According to what team sources told Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, they were given a “vote of confidence of sorts that some are reading more like a harbinger of change.”

Tennessee Titans

The Tennessee Titans (2-1) faced off against the Houston Texans (1-2), as they were coming off of two impressive victories over the Jacksonville Jaguars and Seattle Seahawks.

However, the Titans came out and got smacked in the face. They were down 21-0 at the end of the first and the closest they would make the game would be 24-14 towards the end of the second quarter.

To add insult to injury quarterback Marcus Mariota left the game with an injury, as the Titans got routed 57-14. The Titans only managed 195 total yards, 9 first downs and turned the ball over five times. According to Elias Sports Bureau, this was the highest point total in an NFL game since the Seahawks defeated the Cardinals 58-0 in 2012.