The Miami Dolphins will head north to Cleveland to play the Browns this weekend at the appropriately named Cleveland Browns Stadium. The home team, as is typically the case in match-ups that pit two unstellar teams against each other, is favored on Sunday afternoon.
The Browns are currently 1½ point favorites against the winless Dolphins, according to Odds Shark, and have their second winnable game on the schedule following last week's game against the Peyton Manning-less Indianapolis Colts. The Dolphins are looking to get on the right track after dropping games to the New England Patriots and Houston Texans to open the season.
If the Browns are going to win, the defense will have to stay strong for the entirety of the game -- and remember to break the huddle before game-winning plays happen. The offense, led by running back Peyton Hillis and quarterback Colt McCoy, can keep the Browns in the game, but Cleveland's coaching staff probably can't count on them to win a shootout.
The Dolphins will need to get more out of marquee free agent signing Reggie Bush if they are going to leave Week 3 in the win column. Rookie Daniel Thomas broke out last week, but without Chad Henne being any sort of effective under center, both running backs will need to make an impact to get the Miami offense moving.