Oct 11, 2015; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Titans cheerleaders perform during the second half against the Buffalo Bills at Nissan Stadium. The Bills won 14-13. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
The Miami Dolphins will take the field on Sunday in Nashville, Tn for their week six game five visit to the Tennessee Titans. Miami and Tennessee both come into the weekend at 1-3. The Titans have played decent but not good football. They have been far more physical than many believed and their last loss was a one point 14-13 loss to the Buffalo Bills.
The Dolphins got manhandled by the Bills.
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This week the Titans will need fend off a Dolphins squad that is making its first debut after the firing of Joe Philbin and the promotion of former tight-ends coach Dan Campbell. The Dolphins will likely play at a much more organized and higher level with a lot more attitude this week. That doesn’t mean that it will translate to a victory on the field but the team, who is 100% behind Campbell should play much better this week.
The question is will a more physical play translate to winning?
This week Miami will have their hands full with yet another team that prior to the season, on paper, was one they should beat. Whether that’s all changed or not will be answered on Sunday. For now, while the team must play together as a cohesive unit, there are five players the Dolphins need to take care of to give them the best chance to win.
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