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B/R Consensus Pick: Dolphins (7-5)
Schottey: Dolphins, 20-13
The Dolphins are going through a lot right now, but they're not even close to the trainwreck that is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Bowen: Buccaneers, 20-16
Tampa blew an opportunity to upset the Seahawks in Week 9, but I see them getting that first win of the season as Mike Glennon continues to develop.
Schalter: Buccaneers, 28-24
Yup, this is the week Tampa Bay gets off the schneid. Even without the Incognito mess, that Miami defense hasn't been scary for a while.
Freeman: Dolphins, 24-14
Nothing like the Bucs to cure a locker room controversy.
Miller: Dolphins, 21-17
The Dolphins will have to overcome off-field issues, but even with so much controversy surrounding them, they can beat the Bucs.
Frenz: Dolphins, 34-17
With an extra week to prepare for a hapless Buccaneers team, the Dolphins should be able to handle Tampa Bay with ease. Look for Lamar Miller to have a big game against a Buccaneers run defense that's yielded over 120 yards in three of their past four games.
Hangst: Buccaneers, 20-17
The Buccaneers blew a 21-point lead to lose to the Seattle Seahawks last week, but what must be remembered is that they had a 21-0 lead over the Seahawks in Seattle. They can carry that momentum over to defeat the distracted Dolphins in the friendlier confines of Tampa Bay.
Hansen: Dolphins, 23-17
Distraction can be good for a football team because the players are forced to stand united. As long as there isn't a major schism in that locker room, the Dolphins should be able to beat the Buccanneers at home. The storylines in the game are certainly plentiful.
Bardeen: Dolphins, 27-17
Rookie quarterback Mike Glennon had a great game last week against Seattle, and that might hurt him this week against Miami. The Dolphins are coming off a mini-bye week (they played last on Oct. 31) and saw Tampa Bay's powerful first half against the Seahawks. Miami won't be caught off guard.
Gagnon: Buccaneers, 20-17
Back at home after a surprisingly decent performance in Seattle, I think the Bucs take advantage of one of the only NFL teams in more turmoil than they've been in. Miami's had extra time to prepare, but that short-handed line could be in big trouble against an underrated defense. Tampa Bay is due.
Langland: Buccaneers, 28-24
The Buccaneers can't lose every game, can they? No. Miami is in a state of turmoil right now, and Tampa Bay will take advantage.
Kruse: Dolphins, 24-20
The battle of toxic Florida locker rooms should tilt Miami's way. The Dolphins defense (five sacks, three interceptions of Andy Dalton) could really cause problems for Mike Glennon and the Bucs up front.
Michael Schottey is an NFL National Lead Writer for Bleacher Report and a member of the Pro Football Writers of America. Find more of his stuff at The Go Route and follow him on Twitter.