Not much was expected from either the Rams or the Dolphins at the beginning of the season, but headed into Week 5, St. Louis has a 3-2 record and a point differential of +2 while Miami has a 2-3 record and a point differential of zero.
For two teams that combined to win only eight games all of last year, that's quite the turn-around.
The Dolphins could just as easily be 4-1, as they've already lost two OT games in 2012. After a slow start to the season, rookie QB Ryan Tannehill has started to come on, throwing for over 600 yards and completing 60 percnet of his passes in their last two games.
Sam Bradford, after an injury-marred sophomore slump in 2011, has already thrown for as many TDs (six) as he did all of last season.
Miami, by virtue of being the home team, is a slight -3.5 point favorite on Sunday.
Game Date/Time: Saturday, October 14, 1:00 p.m.
Location: Sun Life Stadium, Miami, FL
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