On Sunday, the Miami Dolphins moves to Camden Yards, Baltimore to face the Baltimore Ravens at the M&T Bank Stadium. The Dolphins will be in hostile territory once again. They should expect the raucous 70k+ Ravens fans to support their well-beloved Ravens.
The Miami Dolphins are still undefeated in their road games. Their latest road win was against the Bengals in Week 8. They are in 3rd place in the AFC East within shooting distance between the Patriots and NY Jets. However, their 5th road opponent is the AFC North division leader Baltimore Ravens.
The Dolphins know that the Ravens are highly dangerous in their home stadium. The Ravens are 3-0 at home and have defeated all their visitors with the highly physical and excruciating team defense. The eked out an upset win the offensive linemen must protect and give QB Chad Henne enough time to run the Dolphins offense effectively.
The Ravens are coming off a bye week and hopes to bring back their savage defensive prowess after their 37-34 OT win against the winless Bills in Week 7. Their defense surrendered 505 yards and 4 TDs during that game and those stats are not Ravens-like in terms of their highly-touted defense. They may have eked out a win but they must bring their defensive swagger to beat the Dolphins at home.
The sportsbook handicappers have installed the Baltimore Ravens as a 5-point favorite to beat the Miami Dolphins. Two records are on stake on this game, will the Ravens remain unbeaten at home? Will the Dolphins secure their 5th road win? This is the compelling storyline on why this game is a must-see on Sunday.