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Jul 29, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman (right) talks with wide receiver Brandon Gibson (left) before their scrimmage at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Coaching:

Call the Press! I am taking Lewis again. Philbin seems like a good guy, but I have never been impressed with him as a HC and was surprised he was the Dolphins choice. Lewis, on the other hand, is on some sort of a role this year. It seems as though he has finally figured out this whole challenge flag thing and started to play call more aggressively.

Key to the Game:

The key to the game is clearly going to be the ability of the Dolphins OL to keep the Bengals DL off of Tannehill. If Tannehill gets time, the Bengals are vulnerable in coverage. If Tannehill cannot get time, it will be a long night for the Dolphins. After being outscored 24-0 by a far inferior Patriots offense and surrendering 6 sacks (with Martin) to a far inferior Patriots DL, I don’t see that happening.

Prediction:

Given the recent struggles of the Dolphins and plethora of on and off field issues with their already poor OL, I just don’t see how this one stays close.

Bengals 34, Dolphins 13

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