I'm a big Dolphin fan. That being said, I actually prefer it when they are dogs against what are considered better teams by the number crunchers (NE, CHI, GB come to mind this season). As a favorite against weaker teams I tend to stay away. They tend to play to the level of their competition. This is a textbook case of that situation.
Miami wins but the cover goes to Jacksonville, 19-16.
vue is mush!!!jacksonvillefor a million!!!
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The Miami Dolphins have answered a modest tailspin by winning two of their last three games and could keep the positive momentum going when they visit the Sunshine State rival Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. Ryan Tannehill threw for two touchdowns for the third straight week and Mike Wallace found the end zone for the fifth time in six games to lift Miami to a 27-14 victory over Chicago last Sunday. Jacksonville looks to build off its first win of the season, a 24-6 triumph over Cleveland.
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