The Miami Dolphins Parent Association (MDPA) today announced that they intend to file a formal grievance with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell against the New England Patriots for running up the score against the Dolphins on Sunday. The Patriots scored with 37 seconds remaining to close out a 48-28 rout of the Dolphins. A spokesperson for the association said that other parents around the league have been complaining about the Patriots' bullying for years but no one has yet had the courage to stand up for their children. "These are impressionable young men. Once their feelings are hurt, the damage to their self-esteem can be severe and irreparable." The game's final sequence was particularly humiliating to Dolphins players since the Patriots repeatedly ran fifth string RB undrafted free agent Benjarvus Green-Ellis-McTavish-Dundee against the emotionally overwhelmed Dolphin defenders. "They basically beat us stupid with a high school kid" sniffed one distraught Dolphin. A mental health professional, quoted off the record said "The Patriots behavior borders on abuse. I mean look at Joey Porter. You don't have to be a child psychologist to see that he has the emotional maturity of a 7 year-old." The MDPA is a non-profit support group whose membership consists of parents of players currently on the Miami roster and pratice squad. The association also conducts fund raising activities whose proceeds are used to help defray player expenses for bail, performance enhancing drugs, hookers and video games.