Whose in the green? Who’s in the red? Listen here to find out!
In a critical AFC East showdown last night, the Dolphins emerged with a 22-9 victory, scoring the game’s final 19 points in the last 18 minutes. Miami is now 6-4 with favorable home games against Baltimore, Minnesota, and the Jets, while Buffalo is 5-5 and a longshot to make the playoffs.
Both teams are far more effective on the defensive side of the ball, and injuries are also a factor.
Turnovers will again be key, for both teams. Miami and Buffalo are tied for second in the NFL with 19 takeaways.
Listen to play-by-play of the AFC East showdown between two 5-4 teams, the Buffalo Bills and the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida Thursday night on 105.7 The Fan!
The Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins are tied for second place in the AFC East with identical 5-4 records, and this Thursday night game is going to say a lot for what their postseason future may hold. Ian Eagle of CBS Sports took some time to talk about the big game and how it could affect the rest of the season for both teams. Let’s just say, this is a must-win for both the Bills and Dolphins.
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While I’m aware that games aren’t played on paper or by computers and all the “any given Sunday” stuff, but looking at the Ravens’ schedule is cause for optimism.
Joe Fortenbaugh, from NFPost.com and Co-Host of Fantasy Sports Live in Las Vegas, joined us to talk about this week’s NFL matchups.
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Highly touted as one of the best defensive ends in the game today, the Miami Dolphins will rely heavily on Cameron Wake’s ability to dominate opposing offenses in an attempt to end a six-year NFL postseason drought.