The Miami Dolphins (4-3) head to Indianapolis to face the Colts (4-3) in a game that has serious repercussions for two teams sitting at second in their respective divisions.
Coming off three straight wins, the Miami Dolphins are a team leaning on their defense, and using two underrated receivers to find themselves on the better side of .500. Brian Hartline and Davone Bess have combined for 971 yards but have struggled to find the end zone. Rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill is still taking first-team reps, but he is trying to come back from knee and thigh injuries sustained against the New York Giants.
Like the Dolphins, few expected a rookie QB would lead the Indianapolis Colts to a .500 record this early into his career. Andrew Luck has made the rookie mistakes customary for young players but, outside of a rough game against New York three weeks ago, he has been very good. Against the Tennessee Titans, Luck had arguably his best game of the season -- finishing with 297 yards and completing almost 70 percent of his passes to lead his team to on overtime victory.
Sunday, Nov. 4; 1 p.m. ET
Lucas Oil Field-- Indianapolis, Ind.
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