The Oakland Raiders (7-4) travel to Sun Life Stadium on Sunday as the Miami Dolphins (3-8) look to rebound from a Thanksgiving Day loss to the Dallas Cowboys. The Raiders are coming off of a five point victory over the Chicago Bears riding the right leg of kicker Sebastian Janikowski, who set a franchise record of six field goals, and the 301 yards of passing from quarterback Carson Palmer.
The Dolphins offense has tried to put together a complete package throughout the season. At times, the running game has been relied upon, and at other times they’ve leaned heavily on the passing game.
Wide receiver Brandon Marshall has produced impressive statistics with the amount of receptions and yards, but the fact he has scored just one touchdown has been the one glaring deficiency.