Week 11: at NY Jets (Win, 7-4)
Coming off a Thursday night game, the Dolphins get extra rest for an away game against the Jets. As if they needed any in the first place. The Dolphins should be striving to get back on the right track after falling just short of beating the Ravens. The Jets are currently a rebuilding team and will be starting rookie Zach Wilson. With the help from MetLife Takeover, the Dolphins should be able to beat the Jets without any problems.
Week 12: vs Carolina (Win, 8-4)
The Dolphins continue in what seems to be like the easiest part of the schedule. This is the first of three straight home games. The Panthers do have a handful of playmakers on offense that can cause some problems. But it all ultimately falls on how good Sam Darnold is. The Dolphins have too much firepower for the Panthers to handle, they take care of business at home.
Week 13: vs NY Giants (Win, 9-4)
The Giants are an interesting team to look out for as a possible trap game. Daniel Jones is in a make-it-or-break-it year as quarterback, Saquon Barkley is back from injury, and they even added top receiver Kenny Golladay in free agency. Like the Panthers, the Giants have an interesting team that ultimately depends on their quarterback. But this is not the same Dolphins as in the past. Tua leads the Dolphins to a nice win against a tough Giants team.
Week 14: BYE
Week 15: vs NY Jets (Win, 10-4)
The Dolphins come off their bye week to wrap up 3 straight home games. They get a rematch with the Jets 4 weeks after their first matchup in New York. At this point in the season, the Jets might be at the point where they are just looking to play spoiler. The Dolphins are well prepared coming off a bye, they win by double digits heading into back-to-back road games.