The way the Miami Dolphins are playing defense, it doesn't matter who they have at quarterback. Ryan Fitzpatrick is 4-3 as the starter and rookie Tua Tagovailoa is 3-1, largely because the Dolphins rank second in the NFL in points allowed per game. Stingy defense has the Dolphins (7-4) in contention for their first AFC East title since 2008, and they're 11-point favorites Sunday at home against Cincinnati, even though they don't know who their QB will be.
The Raiders are adding one more prime-time home game.
Oft-injured linebacker Blake Cashman is out again with a separate hamstring injury, while Bradley McDougald is eligible to return from IR.