Staff predictions: Tennessee Titans at Miami Dolphins

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Dave Hyde
Sports columnist
Prediction: Dolphins 24, Titans 17
Comment: Tennessee is a league-worst minus-126 on point differential. When they get behind, they quit.


Mike Berardino
Sports columnist
Prediction: Dolphins 24, Titans 17
Comment: Titans owner Bud Adams won't like this result either as Dolphins start season's second half with a bang.


Omar Kelly
Dolphins writer
Prediction: Dolphins 21, Titans 17
Comment: The Titans have the type of speed that gives the Dolphins trouble, but Miami's more physical than Tennessee and will own the line of scrimmage.


Chris Perkins
Dolphins writer
Prediction: Dolphins 34, Titans 17
Comment: Tennessee’s defense cures every Miami offensive concern -- at least for one week.


Gregory Lee Jr.
Executive sports editor
Prediction: Dolphins 27, Titans 17
Comment: The Dolphins get back on the winning track as its defense stifles Titans' running back Chris Johnson.



Keven Lerner
Online sports editor
Prediction: Dolphins 20, Titans 10
Comment: Jake Locker is expected to start for the Titans after missing five weeks with a shoulder injury. Chemistry with his receivers likely will be a problem. Even a bigger issue will be facing the Dolphins’ fierce pass rush.


Joseph Schwerdt
Dolphins editor
Prediction: Dolphins 30, Titans 17
Comment: The Titans have allowed 30 or more points in seven of their nine games.

 


Steve Svekis
Multimedia reporter
Prediction: Dolphins 27, Titans 13
Comment: The Dolphin slam into the home-heavy, softer part of their schedule, and Ryan Tannehill, off target on many key throws at Indy, hits his stride.


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