The Bills will be without veteran running back Fred Jackson on Thursday night while the Dolphins don’t have any significant injuries which could impact the outcome of the game.
The Dolphins don’t have any players ruled out of this Sunday’s game while the Titans have two players who won’t see any action.
The Dolphins are bracing themselves for their upcoming matchup against the Titans as Jake Locker is returning from an injury and Chris Johnson is playing at his best.
Whether or not Ryan Tannehill plays on Sunday will likely be a game-time decision as the Dolphins are still uncertain if he will be ready.
If Ryan Tannehill is able to play this weekend, it will be a battle between two talented rookie quarterbacks when the Dolphins hit the road to take on the Colts.
Miami will only be missing CB Richard Marshall this Sunday due to injury, which is a far contrast from the Jets who could be without more than four of their key players.
The Jets currently hold the tiebreaker over Miami in the AFC East. But the Dolphins could even it up with a road-win on Sunday.
The matchups between the Titans and Bills and the Patriots against the Jets could have very serious season-ending implications for the Miami Dolphins who are on a bye for Week 7.
Miami didn’t have high expectations starting the season with a rookie quarterback. But solid performances by several unexpected players, including Ryan Tannehill, have put the Dolphins in the playoff picture.
Miami starting safeties Reshad Jones and Chris Clemons may become household names by the end of the season after flying under the radar for so long.