Ravens 21, Dolphins 18
The Dolphins may need a little more time to adjust after a short week following a bad loss to the Saints on Monday night. The Ravens squeeze out a win on the road.
- Scouting report: Ravens vs. Dolphins
- Who's picking the Ravens to beat the Miami Dolphins?
- Ravens have $1.033 million available under the salary cap
- Ravens 38, Carolina Panthers 10 [Pictures]
- Mike Preston grades the Ravens' 38-10 win over the Panthers in Week 4
- 2014 Ravens cheerleaders [Pictures]
See more photos »
Ravens 21, Dolphins 17
Ravens got their feelings hurt when they got pushed around by the Bills last week. They rebound this week and QB Joe Flacco has a big game after throwing five interceptions last Sunday.
Ravens 30, Dolphins 23
The Ravens will work the kinks out of their vapor-locked running game and feature a balanced attack that wears down the Dolphins defense.
Dolphins 22, Ravens 20
I won't feel comfortable picking the Ravens to win on the road until they get their running game going, which won't be easy against the Dolphins.
Ravens 24, Dolphins 21
Ravens win first road game of season on last-minute field goal from Justin Tucker, exploiting turnovers by Ryan Tannehill as Joe Flacco bounces back from five-interception debacle.
Ravens 20, Dolphins 17
The Dolphins are a much better team than the Bills are, but last week should serve as a wakeup call. The Ravens were challenged this week by their head coach and the bet here is they'll respond with a narrow win.
Stan ‘The Fan' Charles
Ravens 23, Dolphins 20
The hope here is that some of the championship pedigree and pride show up in the person of the guys wearing purple and black. For as lousy as they played collectively, remember they were 15-20 yards away from a game-tying field goal in Buffalo. I am betting the O-line gets some type of push and that the Ravens can run for 55-70 yards.