NFL picks and predictions, Dolphins vs. Buccaneers 2013: Tampa Bay still looking to win a game

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NFL Experts are making their picks for Week 10's matchup between Miami and Tampa Bay.

The Buccaneers will host the Miami Dolphins in a Monday Night Football clash in Week 10. Tampa Bay has yet to win a game this season and hopes to get a tally in that column against a 4-4 Miami team that has been surrounded by controversy. The Dolphins are coming off a Thursday Night Football victory over the Bengals and have ten days of rest.

The SB Nation panel of six has taken all of the aforementioned information into consideration when making the picks for the game. With that in mind, the panel has swayed toward the road team, voting 5-1 in favor of the Dolphins. The sole pick for the Buccaneers is from Matt Ufford of Uffsides.

While it would not seem logical for a group of analysts to side with the 0-8 Buccaneers, CBS Sports' eight-man panel has done just that. With and without the spread, the panel picked Tampa Bay to upset the Dolphins at home.

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