Three things that could go wrong for Ravens vs. Dolphins

1. No pressure on Miami quarterback Chad Henne. The Ravens have managed 12 sacks this season, the ninth-fewest in the NFL. The Dolphins have only allowed 10 sacks.

2. Ravens fail to hold fourth-quarter lead. Letting 10-point advantages slip late in games has started to become a habit with the Ravens, who have been outscored 53-47 in the fourth quarter this season.

3. Secondary struggles to bounce back. This marks the first game since the Ravens gave up four passing touchdowns to Buffalo. The Ravens have to rebound against Brandon Marshall and his underrated supporting cast (Davone Bess and Brian Hartline).

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