Baltimore Ravens Schedule: Second Half Breakdown

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Week 13: Miami Dolphins

Oct 29, 2015; Foxborough, MA, USA; The Miami Dolphins bench in the last seconds of play against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. The Patriots defeated the Miami Dolphins 36-7. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

Dec. 6, 1:00 p.m. EST

At this point of the season, it’s difficult to know what Dolphins team will be heading into this matchup. Are we gonna see the team that Joe Philbin could not get this team over the hump the first four weeks? The team Dan Campbell guided to two wins over the Tennessee Titans and Houston Texans? Or the team that the Patriots embarrassed on Thursday Night Football? Who knows.

This will be a game between two teams that have been major underachievers. The Dolphins two wins under Campbell were decisive wins, but then again, the Titans and Texans might be the two worst teams in the NFL. Both of the Ravens wins came on last second field goals, but they were otherwise unimpressive performances.

This might be the most difficult game to predict on the rest of the schedule. Both teams are inconsistent and leave us to wonder what to expect. Miami seems to be a home away from home for the Ravens as they have won the last five meetings, with four of those games on the road. I’m giving the Ravens the benefit of the doubt here to get another win here because after this, the schedule gets real rough, even if they are at home.

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