This Sunday, the Miami Dolphins travel up to Cleveland to take on the Browns (1 p.m., CBS).
The Browns are 1-1 and are hoping to move up to 2-1 and build off their victory last Sunday over the Indianapolis Colts. Cleveland could possibly move into first place in the AFC North with a victory over Miami. It would also be the first time in nine years that the Browns are over .500 after Week 3.
Meanwhile, for the Dolphins, panic has already set in.
After their Week 1 thrashing thanks to Tom Brady and the New England Patriots offense—a total decimation of a Dolphins defense that I thought was silly to consider "top three"—the Dolphins dropped another home game to the Texans after a terrible all-around performance on both sides of the ball.
If I were a Browns fan, I'd probably be licking my chops right now. The only thing is that Miami, for all its woes at home (1-11 in their last 12 games), has been stellar on the road (6-2 last season).
So, who will come out on top this Sunday?
After that, I'll give you my quick preview for the game.