Baltimore is 6-5 and tied for the AFC North lead with five games to play. Miami defeated the Ravens at home last year, posting a 15-13 win on Dec. 6, 2015, but the Dolphins have not won in Baltimore since the first meeting of the two organizations, back on Oct. 19, 1997.
The Dolphins have won six consecutive games for the first time since 2005 and have at least seven wins in their first 11 games for the first time since 2003, when the team started 7-4 and finished the season 10-6. Adam Gase joins Don Shula (11 times) and Nick Saban (once) as the only head coaches in Dolphins history to string together at least six straight wins.
Recovery from key injuries will be the deciding factor. OL Branden Albert and OL Laramey Tunsil both practiced this week, which is a great sign. WR DeVante Parker, who left last week's game versus the 49ers is still recovering from a back injury and has not practiced this week.
The Dolphins also face a TOUGH opponent against the Baltimore Ravens on the road. The Ravens are number 1 in the NFL against the run, and number 2 in overall defense. Additionally, the Ravens are also contending for a playoff spot too, just like the Dolphins. The Dolphins are listed as 3 point underdogs..