The Miami Dolphins are 4-4, and a win over the Tennessee Titans would be a good start to a second-half push. The Titans will be trying to bounce back after an embarrassing loss in Week 9.
The 4-4 Miami Dolphins host the 3-6 Tennessee Titans in Week 10, with both teams coming off tough losses. Miami came up short by a field goal in its Week 9 contest with the Indianapolis Colts, while the Titans were rolled by the Chicago Bears, 51-20.
Ryan Tannehill was 22-of-38 for 290 yards against the Colts, an impressive performance from the Dolphins rookie who entered the season under low expectations. Tannehill has five touchdowns and six interceptions through the first eight games, but none of those interceptions have come in the last four weeks.
Tennessee running back Chris Johnson had a long day against the Bears. He fumbled twice and was essentially a non-factor until garbage time. He may have another long day against the Dolphins, who are third in the league against the run. Quarterback Jake Locker is expected to return on Sunday. He's been out with a shoulder injury since Sept. 30.
Sunday, Nov. 11 1 p.m ET
Sun Life Stadium, Miami Fla.
CBS (WFOR 4 Miami, WTVF 5 Tennessee)
Dolphins: 105.9 FM/940AM