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Miami goes for its second win of the season.
The Miami Dolphins hit the road in Week 5 to face the Cincinnati Bengals, and they will be looking to avoid a 1-4 start. Cincinnati comes in at 3-1 overall and tied for first in the AL North with the Ravens. The Bengals opened as four-point favorites to win the game.
The Miami Dolphins enter the weekend ranked ninth in total offense and quarterback Ryan Tannehill is coming off a 431-yard passing performance in a loss to the Cardinals last Sunday. The Bengals are No. 10 in total offense and rank eighth in scoring; the Dolphins are just 19th in scoring.
On the other side of the ball, the Dolphins are 16th in total defense and 15th in scoring defense. The Bengals are 19th in total defense and 25th in points allowed per game.
Sunday's game is set to begin at 1 p.m. ET, with television coverage by CBS.