Dolphins vs Titans Live Stream NFL Week 5 Game Preview. Watch Miami Dolphins vs Tennessee Titans Sunday Night Football Game Live Stream Online. Over the last three-plus seasons, the Tennessee Titans are just 8-18 both straight up and against the spread on the road. Meanwhile, the Miami Dolphins are only 13-11 SU and 9-15 ATS at home over that same span. Two teams coming off terrible performances last week hook up when the Titans visit the Dolphins on Sunday afternoon.
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Why the Titans can cover the spread
The Titans had won and covered two games in a row, but they are now looking to bounce back from an embarrassing 57-14 loss at Houston last week.
Tennessee fell down to the Texans 21-0 early but pulled within 24-14 late in the first half. However, they then lost quarterback Marcus Mariota to injury in the third quarter and let things slip away from there.
The Titans did little right last week and should probably just burn or erase any evidence of the crime.
Instead, Tennessee will try to replicate its performances of the previous two weeks, a 37-16 victory over Jacksonville and a 33-27 victory over Seattle.
The Titans outrushed both the Jaguars and Seahawks by an average margin of 187-84, won time of possession for both games and committed zero turnovers.
Why the Dolphins can cover the spread
Miami is also trying to regroup following two straight losses, including a miserable 20-0 defeat against New Orleans last week in London.
The Dolphins had a chance to take an early lead, reaching the Saints’ four-yard line, but quarterback Jay Cutler threw an interception in the end zone.
Miami only trailed 3-0 at the half and 10-0 through three quarters, but they just couldn’t get anything going offensively and eventually faded.
As with Tennessee, Miami might be wise to forget about last week’s performance—and the previous week’s 20-6 loss to the New York Jets as well.
The Dolphins opened this season with a 19-17 victory over the Chargers out in Los Angeles. Miami won the ground battle that day 111-44 and held a 33/27 advantage in time of possession, taking that game outright as a three-point dog.
|Marcus Mariota, QB||Questionable||
|Eric Smith, OT||IR||
|Byron Maxwell, CB||Questionable||
|Xavien Howard, CB||Questionable||
|Mike Hull, LB||Questionable||
|Jordan Phillips, DT||Questionable||