Miami Dolphins at Cincinnati Bengals – Friday 01:25, Sky Sports 1
The Cincinnati Bengals may have expected to be better than 1-2 to start the season and they'll be hoping to get back on track when the Miami Dolphins make the trip to Ohio on Thursday night.
There's not much shame in losing to the current Super Bowl holders and that's what happened last weekend as the Bengals went down 17-29 at home to Denver Broncos. Miami meanwhile got their first win of the season beating the Cleveland Browns 30-24 after overtime.
The Browns missed three field goals from under 50 yards including one with four seconds to play which would have won them the game and the Dolphins were anything but impressive against an inexperienced Cleveland outfit.
The Bengals lost a few good receivers in the summer as well as offensive co-ordinator Hue Jackson and maybe they are struggling with the change as they have put up just 16 and 17 points respectively in the last two matches.
The Browns would have had 33pts if they had a kicker on Sunday and we expect Cincinnati to get back to winning ways against an average Miami team, the home team winning margin of 13-18 points looks a good price for this prime time match up.