Week 11 @ Miami Dolphins Game Prediction by Hagen


After a much-needed win at home against the New York Jets, the Buccaneers travel to Miami for an interstate matchup against the Dolphins.

The Dolphins are coming off a tough loss against the Panthers in Carolina and they have now lost three in a row. They have one of the worst passing offenses in the league, averaging less than 195 yards per game. Their running attack is not much better with an average of 80.1 yards per game on the ground, which is even worse than ours at 82.8, by the way. Yet, they have miraculously managed to win four games so far. Their running game should drop even further now that they have traded away one of their most valuable young players, Running Back Jay Ajayi.

Ajayi was one of the better backs in the league last year, he was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles for only a fourth round pick. This trade, in addition to their recent results, might indicate that Miami has given up on the season and is willing to tank for next year’s draft. Ajayi’s replacement backs Kenyan Drake and Damian Williams have been used as a committee lately, but should be contained by the Bucs’ defense, which played great against the Jets.

They will contain Jay Cutler, who just does not seem very motivated as a Dolphin.

Offensively, we will be led once again by backup Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. With a motivated Mike Evans back, Fitzpatrick will have a better game than last week, which will not be very hard. Doug Martin will finally run for 100 yards again. Tampa Bay will win this very winnable game. Final score: 17-13.

Enjoy the game, Bucs Nation. Go Bucs!