DOLPHINS PREVIEW

Game-by-game breakdown of Miami Dolphins schedule

 

abeasley@MiamiHerald.com

A breakdown of the Miami Dolphins’ schedule with predictions (Dolphins have a bye in Week 5):

Week 1

PATRIOTS 27

DOLPHINS 20

Brady might be a year older, but he’s still better than Tannehill.

Week 2

DOLPHINS 17

BILLS 13

Just enough pass protection to get it done in WNY this time.

Week 3

CHIEFS 24

DOLPHINS 20

The Branden Albert Bowl goes to his former team.

Week 4

DOLPHINS 31

RAIDERS 10

Cheerio! A proper pummeling across the pond.

Week 6

PACKERS 27

DOLPHINS 26

Who made this home schedule? Rex Ryan?

Week 7

BEARS 28

DOLPHINS 13

Brandon Marshall scores more touchdowns than the Dolphins.

Week 8

DOLPHINS 35

JAGUARS 12

Brent Grimes creates more touchdowns than Chad Henne.

Week 9

DOLPHINS 30

CHARGERS 28

Late field goal puts Miami back at .500.

Week 10

DOLPHINS 23

LIONS 21

What’s this? A three-game winning streak and a playoff pulse?

Week 11

BILLS 17

DOLPHINS 3

So much for that. Embarrassment on national television.

Week 12

BRONCOS 31

DOLPHINS 24

Peyton Manning breaks Steve Ross’ heart once again.

Week 13

JETS 11

DOLPHINS 10

Ugly. That is all. Ugly.

Week 14

DOLPHINS 31

RAVENS 17

Dolphins need to win out to sneak into the playoffs. Here’s one.

Week 15

PATRIOTS 30

DOLPHINS 20

“Umm, no.” – Bill Belichick

Week 16

DOLPHINS 24

VIKINGS 13

Playing for pride, the Dolphins play well.

Week 17

DOLPHINS 11

JETS 10

Ugly. But at least a little fulfilling for Dolfans.

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