All three NFL sunshine state teams are coming off victories last week and look to add to the win column again this Sunday. The Dolphins host the Browns, the Bucs head to Germany with the Seahawks and the Jags travel to KC.
This Tua Tagovailoa led team has been on fire the past couple weeks. It has won its last three in a row and is 6-3 on the year. The off season addition of all pro receiver Tyrek Hill has proven to be a tremendous pick up. Hill leads the the league in yards by nearly 300 coming in at 1,104.
Tagovailoa has also been playing terrific ball as he leads the NFL in QBR at 80.2. The Dolphins host the Browns this Sunday at 1 p.m. as they look to keep pace with the Bills and Jets in the AFC East and get more touchdown celebrations like this one.
The Jags rebounded from five straight losses with a win over the Raiders Sunday. The team rallied from down 17 in the first half and eventually took the lead in the fourth. Despite sitting at only 3-6 on the year things are not completely lost. The division leading Titians have only tallied five wins themselves. Unfortunately, things do not get easier for the Jags this Sunday as they head to Kansas City. They will need another great performance from young running back Travis Etienne who went for over 100 on the ground last week.
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The Bucs also broke a losing streak this weekend as they beat the Rams at home. The team had lost three in a row prior to the comeback win. Despite sitting below .500 at 4-5, the Bucs are atop their division.
The Bucs and Seahawks travel to Germany this weekend, and the Tampa team will look to slow down Geno Smith and the Seattle offense.
It will need a good performance from both sides of the ball. A fast start would be ideal as the team has fallen behind and had to play catch-up in four straight games when entering the fourth quarter. Although he is more than capable, it does not want Tom Brady to have to lead another game winning drive like he did this past week.