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Jeff Fisher has quickly turned around the St. Louis Rams, who look for their first three-game winning streak since 2006 when they visit the Miami Dolphins for an interconference game on Sunday. St. Louis is north of the .500 mark for the first time in six years and already has surpassed last year’s win total. Winning at Miami would be another major achievement for Fisher’s squad. The Rams have lost four straight there and are 0-2 on the road to start the season. Led by improving rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill and a staunch defense which hasn’t allowed a 100-yard rusher in the last 19 games, Miami shut down Cincinnati in a 17-13 road victory last week.

TV: 1 p.m. ET, FOX. LINE: Dolphins -3.5, O/U 37.5

ABOUT THE RAMS (3-2): The Rams will play without top receiver Danny Amendola, who suffered a broken collarbone in St. Louis’ win over Arizona last week. QB Sam Bradford called the loss huge and it was evident early. He finished with just 141 passing yards on the night while struggling to find anyone to target until he connected with Chris Givens on a 51-yard scoring bomb. The Rams are 0-2 on the road and moving the ball won’t be easy against the Dolphins, especially with Steven Jackson struggling to regain his old form. Jackson ran for a season-high 76 yards last week.

ABOUT THE DOLPHINS (2-3): Miami is ranked No.1 in the league against the run and has recorded 11 sacks in the past two weeks. The Dolphins stymied the Bengals last week, limiting them to 80 yards on the ground. The Dolphins have to be kicking themselves for losing back-to-back overtime games, both of which they appeared to have in hand. Miami blew a late lead in losing at Arizona, and kicker Dan Carpenter missed a field goal that would have beaten the Jets. Tannehill has flashed his big-play ability, becoming the first rookie in league history to pass for over 1,250 yards and win at least two of his first five games. He was 17-of-26 last week.


1. St. Louis has allowed just 16 points in its last two games.

2. The Rams' offense is ranked 29th in the NFL.

3. Miami WR Brian Hartline leads the NFL with 514 yards.

Prediction: Dolphins 21, Rams 14

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Last Injuries

Miami Dolphins

  • Clayton Fejedelem

    Ques Sun | questionable

    Fejedelem has missed the past three games due to a pectoral injury, and it is unclear if he will make his season debut Sunday against the Seahawks.

  • Tua Tagovailoa

    Ques Sun | questionable

    Tagovailoa is suffering from an unspecified illness, and it remains to be seen if he will be available for Sunday's battle with the Seahawks.

  • Byron Jones

    Ques Sun | questionable

    Jones sat out the previous game due to a groin injury, and it is unknown if he will be active Sunday versus the Seahawks.

  • Xavien Howard

    Prob Thurs | probable

    Howard has a knee injury, but he is expected to play Thursday versus the Jaguars.

  • Shaq Lawson

    Prob Thurs | probable

    Lawson is nursing a hip injury, but he is likely to be available against the Jaguars on Thursday.

  • Elandon Roberts

    Prob Thurs | probable

    Roberts missed the last game due to a concussion, but he is likely to be cleared in time for Thursday's contest versus the Jaguars.

  • DeVante Parker

    Prob Thurs | probable

    Parker is dealing with a hamstring injury, but it is projected that he will suit up against the Jaguars on Thursday.

  • Antonio Callaway

    Elig Week 8 | out

    Callaway has been handed a fourteen-game suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy. He will be eligible to return Week 8 against the Rams.

Los Angeles Rams

  • Josh Reynolds

    Ques Sun | questionable

    Reynolds is dealing with an unknown illness, and it remains to be seen if he will face the Giants on Sunday.

  • Cam Akers

    Ques Sun | questionable

    Akers sat out the last game with separated rib cartilage, and it is unknown if he will suit up against the Giants on Sunday.

  • Jordan Fuller

    Ques Sun | questionable

    Fuller exited the last game with a shoulder injury, and his status for Sunday's contest against the Giants is clouded.

  • Joe Noteboom

    Out indefinitely | I-R

    Noteboom has been added to the injured reserve list with Grade 2 calf strain, and there is no indication when he will be activated.

  • Darious Williams

    Prob Sun | probable

    Williams has ankle tendinitis but is likely to take the field Sunday versus the Bills.

  • Andrew Whitworth

    Prob Sun | probable

    Whitworth exited the last game due to a calf injury, but it is likely that he will play Sunday against the Bills.

  • Malcolm Brown

    Prob Sun | probable

    Brown is recovering from surgery to repair a fractured pinky finger, but he is expected to be available Sunday versus the Bills.

  • Gerald Everett

    Prob Sun | probable

    Everett is managing a back injury but is expected to take the field against the Bills on Sunday.