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Staff predictions: Miami Dolphins vs. St. Louis Rams

Dave Hyde

Sports columnist

Prediction:

Dolphins

17,

Rams

13

Comment:

The Dolphins and Rams are similar teams with good defenses that haven’t scored a lot of points. It comes to this: Who makes fewer errors,

Ryan Tannehill

or

Sam Bradford

?

Mike Berardino

Sports columnist

Prediction:

Dolphins 24, Rams 20

Comment:

Another tightly contested game for the Dolphins, who get back to .500 with a win over Steve Ross’ first choice to coach them (

Jeff Fisher

).

Omar Kelly

Dolphins writer

Prediction:

Dolphins 24, Rams 17

Comment:

Without leading receiver

Danny Amendola

the Rams offense is handcuffed and the soft middle of St. Louis defense can be attacked with play-action if the Dolphins have the rushing game going again.

Gregory Lee Jr.

Executive Sports Editor

Prediction:

Dolphins 24, Rams 17

Comment:

The Dolphins defense sets the tone and gives Miami a 3-3 record heading into the bye week.

Keven Lerner

Online Sports Editor

Prediction:

Dolphins 20, Rams 17

Comment:

The surprising Dolphins are favored for the first time this season, and for good reason. The Rams will face the Dolphins' staunch defense without their leading receiver Danny Amendola, whose 32 catches are nearly half of the team's season total.

Joseph Schwerdt

Dolphins Editor

Prediction:

Dolphins 24, Rams 13

Comment:

Miami's defense is showing it can be seriously disruptive.

Randy Starks

, Cam Wake & Co. will overwhelm Sam Bradford and the Rams' offense.

Steve Svekis

Multimedia reporter

Prediction:

Dolphins 26, Rams 13

Comment:

The Rams offense lost a sparkplug when receiver Danny Amendola dislocated his clavicle last week. The Dolphins’ pass rush will be the difference.

Harvey Fialkov

Staff Writer

Prediction:

Dolphins 23, Rams 9

Comment:

Playing without their top receiver and with the 22nd rushing attack against the top-ranked run defense the Rams will not win their first game in Miami since 1976.

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