Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
The Miami Dolphins' new offensive formation was all the rage in the NFL.
That is, until the Wildcat was stopped by the Baltimore Ravens.
Baltimore is one of the few teams that shut down Miami's innovative Wildcat offense this season. According to ESPN stat analyst Doug Kern, the Dolphins were 11-3 in games they used the formation.
One of those three losses was in Week 7 during a 27-13 defeat to Baltimore. Miami tried the Wildcat five times for a total of four yards, or 0.8 yards per attempt. The Dolphins continued to add more wrinkles to the formation during the season, so the Ravens will have more options to defend in this weekend's wild-card game.