Andy Dalton put up monster numbers last week and while he won't repeat his 5 TD performance, but a couple of scores sounds about right. The Miami pass defense has been pretty good allowing less than 300 yards in five of their seven games. He's white hot coming into the game, but only Matt Ryan and Drew Brees have thrown for multiple touchdowns.
AJ Green and Marvin Jones are good plays. Green will come close to 100 yards and score and Marvin has scored in his last three games so why not. His line should come in around 73 yards and a score.
The running game has been frustrating. Rookie Gio Bernard has been clearly the better overall back, but somehow the law firm has objected and is still sniping carries. Both will finish with 40-50 yards with Bernard scoring the touchdown and earning points through the air.
Stay away from the tight ends, Eifert and Gresham, but Mike Nugent and the Bengals defense are great plays this week.
For the Dolphins, Ryan Tannehill will put up middle of the road numbers, like 250 and one touchdown. Even with bye week issues, you can probably find better options.
The only thing more frustrating than Cincinnati's backfield might be the Dolphins. Lamar Miler was supposed to be the bell cow and Daniel Thomas was supposed to be an afterthought. Miller is coming off his best week of the season (89 yards) but this isn't a friendly match up with the Bengals.
With Brandon Gibson out for the year, Mike Wallace might finally step up and live up to the huge contract he signed in the off season. He'll grab 73 yards worth of Tannehill passes, but won't score. Brian Hartline won't score either and about 67 yards sounds right. The lone touchdown will go to tight end Charles Clay.
Kicker Caleb Sturgis might be a decent play with multiple field goals in his future. Steer clear of the Miami defense.