21. Miami Dolphins (3-4)
One week they look bad. They struggle to beat the Cleveland Browns. Then they look great, they handle the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Quarterback Ryan Tannehill hasn’t been hearing as many boo birds as of late but the Dolphins are just another average NFL team at this point. They are coming off their bye week in week eight.
The Dolphins ride a two-game winning streak coming out of the bye so it will be interesting to see if they can keep the momentum going. Their next four games in November are very winnable.
They host the Jets this week, followed by road trips to San Diego and Los Angeles, then back home to face the 49ers. They easily could come out of that swing 4-0 and really put themselves in a position to fight for a wild-card spot in the AFC.
Then again, these are the Dolphins. The 4-0 will likely not happen and the Dolphins will end up helping a team that has little business fighting for anything but a good draft position.