Gut Feeling: Cowboys vs. Dolphins staff predictions

The Cowboys are only surpassed by the Dolphins in the NFL in terms of scoring. The Cowboys are the only club in the NFL with better home fields than the Dolphins. Dallas, who is only 3-4 at home this season, needs to find a way to turn things around away from home, thus their home field advantage is meaningless in this one. Here are the thoughts of the staff writers about Sunday’s matchup with the Dolphins.

Patrik Walker: When the Cowboys lost to the Bills, they gave the Dolphins that much more to play for — the AFC East champion—during Week 16. In addition to the difficulty of stopping the Miami attack, the Cowboys must deal with the knowledge that they cannot afford to lose two games in a row when the NFC East title and a high NFC seed are at stake. Dallas was supposed to lose this game, but that was before they dropped a bomb in Buffalo. Although my instinct tells me the Dolphins win this one, history indicates otherwise. They haven’t accomplished it twice in a row under McCarthy since November 2021.30-27, Cowboys

Nick Eatman: Usually, it takes me a right up until Friday to come up with the pick, or at least to get the final score. But despite the Cowboys’ most recent injury concerns on the offensive line, I’ve felt the same way about this game for some reason the whole week. It appears that the Dolphins are not without their share of issues. However, I think the Cowboys will recover, just as they did the past two years. This group, particularly following a difficult defeat, just understands how to concentrate and prepare for the next match. The Cowboys will, in my opinion, score a ton of points and keep the Dolphins at bay. Although it won’t be a landslide, I believe the Cowboys will be the superior team throughout. My score is Dallas 38-28.

Nick Harris: I struggle with having confidence in the Cowboys being able to defend Miami’s numerous offensive speed weapons, but I also see an opportunity for CeeDee Lamb to have a big day out of the slot as well. I see this being a high-scoring affair with the last team to have the ball being the winner. Even though the Cowboys answer the call offensively, I think their defense gives up just a bit more. Dolphins, 38-35.

Kyle Youmans: This week, the key topic has been speed. The Dolphins’ offensive speed in comparison to the Cowboys’ defensive speed. Although both teams have it, one team is more advantageous than the other. Dallas will be prepared for this one after their setback in Buffalo, even though I don’t think it will have a significant impact on the final result. Dallas’s front-line problems make this a difficult matchup, and I don’t think they’ll be able to compensate. If they were to play 10 times, I believe Dallas would win 6-4, but Miami prevails 34-30 this time.

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