The 4-4 Miami Dolphins will play the 3-6 Tennessee Titans this Sunday at 1 PM ET. The game will be played at Miami’s Sun Life Stadium and will be a possible turning point for a Miami team that has showed some very promising moments this season. They are still in a race for the division, but really need this win Sunday. They have had some good success with rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill who has the second best record among rookie QBs behind Andrew Luck.
The Dolphins are coming off of a week 9 loss to the Colts in Indianapolis. The team fought hard and nearly won the game, which ended 23-20 in favor of Indy. Miami has taken advantage of their strong defense while the offense has done just enough to get by. The team, defensively, gives up just 83 yards a game rushing and has averaged just 18.6 allowed per game this season.
Tennessee has struggled in the area of defense, which has made them suffer most of their losses. They give up 415 yards a game, which includes nearly 150 yards a game on the ground. The team has also given up an average of 34 points a game to this point of the year as well. That certainly will not win many games, but may land them on the wrong side of the record books. Sunday should be a chance for the Dolphins to really try and show they belong in playoff conversations even if their opponent is not the greatest foe.