NFL Schedule released: Predicting the Miami Dolphins win/loss record

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Week 4: Miami Dolphins @ Cincinnati Bengals

A matchup we’ve all been waiting for since 2020, Tua Tagovailoa vs Joe Burrow. Before the 2020 draft, many saw Joe Burrow and Tua Tagovailoa as #1 and #2 as far as QB prospects go.

And now we see them go head to head, Burrow off a Superbowl appearance and Tua with a brand new cast and set of weapons. The playing field is as even as it gets for both QBs to push their team to victory.

I see this as an electrifying game, the 49ers played the Bengals last year and it was an overtime thriller. I expect this game to play out similarly.

These teams both have high expectations and don’t want to get caught off guard so I see the first half being slower and more tactical as both teams try to find weaknesses.

In the late 3rd going into the 4th both defenses start to crack and it’s up to each team’s QB to make a play to take the lead, Joe Burrow comes up clutch to take the lead late. But the Bengals leave too much time for Tua and the Dolphins.

Miami trots their offense on the field but fails to capitalize on the road.

56. Prediction. 21. 59. 24

Miami Dolphins record: 1-3