The Miami Dolphins will be hosting the Cincinnati Bengals on the Week 9 edition of Thursday Night Football. The average price for this game is $99, which is 33% below the average cost for Miami Dolphins tickets this season. It’s also 40% below the average price for Cincinnati Bengals tickets on the road. Miami started the season strong, but have lost four in a row after starting the season 3-0. The last loss came in New England at the hand of the Patriots in a game the Dolphins were leading 17-3 at halftime. The recent losing streak could be a reason why the price for this game has dropped 17% in the last week and has only $23 get-in price.
Miami has struggled in a variety of areas this season, ranking 16th in points scored and 21st in points allowed. The Dolphins have been trying to piece together an offensive line in an attempt to not allow quarterback Ryan Tannehill to not get sacked on over 10% of his dropbacks this season. Miami traded for tackle Bryant McKinnie from the Baltimore Ravens, who was displaced after the Ravens traded for tackle Eugene Monroe from the Jacksonville Jaguars to replace an ineffective McKinnie. McKinnie has had his knee drained a few time this season, but is listed on the injury report at probable. The Dolphins could be without right tackle Jonathan Martin, though, who is listed as questionable with an illness. This is an offensive line going against a defensive line featuring Geno Atkins and Carlos Dunlap, who have combined for nine sacks this season.
The Bengals come into this game after scoring 49 points against the New York Jets last week and sporting a 6-2 record. Miami fans have probably been more optimistic this season, especially after the 3-0 start to the season, but a ticket for this game won’t be breaking the bank.
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