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Week 10: Miami Dolphins (1-7) @ Indianapolis Colts (5-3)

Week 10: MIA @ IND  

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  1. 1. Who wins?

    • Miami Dolphins
    • Indianapolis Colts
    • Tie
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  2. 2. How close will the game be?

    • 3 or less point difference
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    • 4-7 point difference
    • 8-14 point difference
    • 15 or greater point difference
  3. 3. Who will score the most fantasy points in this game?

    • Ryan Fitzpatrick
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    • Jacoby Brissett
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    • Brian Hoyer
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    • Kalen Ballage
    • Marlon Mack
    • Nyheim Hines
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    • Devante Parker
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    • Jakeem Grant
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    • Albert Wilson
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    • T.Y. Hilton
    • Zach Pascal
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    • Chester Rogers
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    • Mike Geisicki
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    • Eric Ebron
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    • Jack Doyle
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    • Jason Sanders
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    • Adamn Vinitieri
      0
    • Dolphins DST
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    • Colts DST
    • Other
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  • Poll closed on 11/10/2019 at 06:05 PM

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Well for better or worse, we are finally in the win column. Will we ride the momentum versus the Colts or will avoiding a winless campaign remove the team's effort that we saw in recent weeks?

As for the Colts, Jacoby Brissett is questionable - so we may end up playing Brian Hoyer.

It is best for us to lose however, since getting the 1st overall pick is still within our hands. But we have to lose from here on out to guarentee it.

If Brissett plays:

Miami 17
Indianapolis 26

If Hoyer plays:

Miami 20
Indianapolis 23

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Just a normal AFC East battle. OH WAIT. 

Not sure what to expect with Hoyer. Kinda expecting an emotional energy letdown from the Fins after *finally* ending the losing streak. 

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I think the Colts are a little to strong even with Hoyer at QB and you take in the loss of Williams and  Walton for Miami this one goes to the Colts.

Miami....……… 16

Colts...………… 24 

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Colts 23, Mia 13

Mack should have a fairly good day, since we are allowing around 150 ypg. With that, even with Hoyer, that should open up more for him in the play-action/flat game. Hilton will more than likely have a field day. 

Miami is trying to stay in the games or keeping them interesting. Just as much as we are trying play with intensity, we are not built up enough to dominate.........yet. A barrage of picks the next 2 years should help the future, but just not right now.. 

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47 minutes ago, Shashiaj70 said:

Colts 23, Mia 13

Mack should have a fairly good day, since we are allowing around 150 ypg. With that, even with Hoyer, that should open up more for him in the play-action/flat game. Hilton will more than likely have a field day. 

Miami is trying to stay in the games or keeping them interesting. Just as much as we are trying play with intensity, we are not built up enough to dominate.........yet. A barrage of picks the next 2 years should help the future, but just not right now.. 

Hilton won't be playing this weekend (or probably the next couple, either).  Zach Pascal is their de facto #1 WR, but the TEs will get plenty of run.  Mack will be featured early and often.  

Colts 24 - Dolphins 20

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On 11/6/2019 at 11:53 AM, hrubes20 said:

Hilton won't be playing this weekend (or probably the next couple, either).  Zach Pascal is their de facto #1 WR, but the TEs will get plenty of run.  Mack will be featured early and often.  

Colts 24 - Dolphins 20

Yeah, Hilton being out changes that a little, but I still stand by the score. mine or yours. :)

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Colts are surely testing their depth in this one. I honestly can't say who'll get this. I expect a close one....

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2-game winning streak with this talent level = Rookie Coach of the Year for Brian Flores.

Respect. 

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I am really impressed with this coaching staff. And who knows, this team LOVED Herbert last year. So maybe they feel confident in getting him. I also find it hard to see us trading all 3 firsts to move up. As Flores stated before that he would rather have 3 good players then 1 great player. I just dont see Tua staying healthy in the NFL. Seems to fragile. 

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I guess you could say this team has scrappy toughness. I just like the overall attitude of the team Miami is putting on the field every week.  I am becoming less impressed with Ballage the more I watch he runs like he is wearing Iron cleats no quickness behind the line at all.

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