Video shows raw emotion after Bradley Chubb injury vs. Baltimore Ravens: ‘I can feel the pain’

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Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

A video showed the scene after Miami Dolphins pass rusher Bradley Chubb suffered a torn ACL in the final minutes of the team’s 56-19 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Dec. 31.

“Oh my f—— gosh, bro,” Chubb said. “I can’t — I can feel the pain, bro. I can’t even move my s—, bro. F— me, man.”

The 27-year-old suited up in every one of the Dolphins’ first 16 games of the 2023 regular season. He racked up 74 combined tackles, 45 solo tackles, 29 assists on tackles, 11 tackles for loss, 22 quarterback hits and six forced fumbles for Miami.

After losing to the Ravens, the top record in the entire AFC is now out of reach for the Dolphins, as Baltimore improved to 13-3 on the season with the win while Miami fell to 11-5.

The Dolphins’ loss also marked the team’s fourth road loss of the season. Miami has performed better at home than it has on the road, considering the team owns a 4-4 road record compared to an excellent 7-1 home record.

Miami’s only home loss of the 2023 regular season came last month. The Dolphins lost to the Tennessee Titans on Dec. 11 by one point. Miami was ahead by 14 points with mere minutes remaining in the game but was outscored 15-0 the rest of the way.

As for the Dolphins’ four road losses, they have all come against opponents with more wins than losses. The Dolphins have lost to the Buffalo Bills, Philadelphia Eagles, Kansas City Chiefs and Ravens on the road this season.

All but one of Miami’s road losses have come by double digits. The Dolphins lost to quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs on Nov. 5 by seven points.

Miami will have a chance to close out the regular season with a victory when they host the Bills on Jan. 7. The Bills own the second-best record in the AFC East behind only the Dolphins and are riding a four-game winning streak.

They are fresh off a six-point victory over the New England Patriots on New Year’s Eve and haven’t lost since falling to the Eagles by three points in overtime on Nov. 26.

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