In case you missed it: Nov. 17

In case you missed it, here were the top sports stories from FOX Sports Florida from Sunday, Nov. 17:

* The lawyer for Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston criticized State Attorney Willie Meggs for some public statements he has made regarding the case Winston has been linked to. Read More

* Just a few days after a hugely disappointing loss to the previously winless Buccaneers, the Dolphins were able to add a positive not to their roller-coaster of a season with a win against the visiting Chargers that was not only uplifting but kept their playoff hopes alive. Read More

* At this point, with just one victory under their belt and not much hope for the season, the Jaguars are making it a point of taking a bold approach to each game, and while it didn’t result in a win against the Cardinals on Sunday, it makes for a more enjoyable show. Read More

* Dolphins 20, Chargers 16: Charlie McCarthy offers up his key takeaways from Miami’s crucial victory against San Diego at home on Sunday. Read More

* The embattled Dolphins, playing with more of their offensive line after center Mike Pouncey was out Sunday with an illness, bounced back from their loss to the Bucs last week by holding off the Chargers at home. Read More

* After so many weeks of frustration and losses, the Buccaneers were able to keep some rare good times rolling with yet another victory, this time in dominating fashion at home against division foe Atlanta. Read More

* Jimmie Johnson furthered solidified his place in NASCAR history when he finished ninth in the season-finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway for his sixth Sprint Cup championship in eight years. Read More

* Buccaneers 41, Falcons 28: From Gerald McCoy’s dominant first half to Bobby Rainey’s surprising backfield performance, Andrew Astleford offers up his key observations from Tampa Bay’s victory over Atlanta. Read More

* Cardinals 27, Jaguars 14: Ken Hornack presents his five observations from the Jaguars scoring their first touchdown at home this season in the loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Read More

* The Jaguars (1-9) scored a touchdown at home for the first time this year, but ended up losing 27-14 to the Arizona Cardinals, winners of three straight games. Read More

* Waiver wire pickup Bobby Rainey rushed for 163 yards and touchdowns and caught another score as the Buccaneers blasted through the depleted Falcons at home on Sunday for their second consecutive victory. Read More

* Florida State (10-0) remained at No. 2 in the BCS on Sunday, one day after a 59-3 rout of Syracuse that clinched a perfect run through the ACC season. Read More

* Florida State defeated Tennessee-Martin 89-61 Sunday, giving coach Leonard Hamilton his 200th win with the school. Read More

* Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey is inactive for Sunday’s game against the San Diego Chargers because of illness, further depleting an offensive line thinned by the team’s harassment scandal. Read More

* The Jacksonville Jaguars are without two starters against the Arizona Cardinals. They deactivated middle linebacker Paul Posluszny and left guard Will Rackley, who are recovering from concussions. Read More

* Cornerbacks Deveron Carr and Danny Gorrer, safety Bradley MacDougald, guards Carl Nicks and Patrick Omameh and defensive linemen Derek Landri and Da’Quan Bowers are inactive for Tampa Bay. Read More