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NFL Week 10 experts picks for Dolphins at Packers

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The Miami Dolphins are 5-4 with one game remaining before their bye week. Can they go into Lambeau Field and beat the 3-4-1 Green Bay Packers, who are favored by 10.5 points? We take a look around the internet to see how the experts are predicting the results for this week’s game.

SB Nation FanPulse

Dolphins fans: Packers by 6

Dolphins fans: Packers by 6

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SB Nation

Dolphins: None.

Packers: Ryan Van Bibber, Geoff Schwartz, Charles McDonald, Christian D’Andrea, Jason Marcum, Stephen White, Adam Stites


ESPN

Dolphins: None.

Packers: Matt Bowen, Mike Clay, Dan Graziano, Molly Qerim, Louis Reddick, Kevin Seifert, Seth Wickersham, Mike Golic, Mina Kimes, Trey Wingo


NFL.com - Elliot Harrison

Dolphins 17
Packers 33

Feel free to swipe left on Brock Osweiler at Lambeau. I mean, when you’re staring at Aaron Rodgers’ profile, it’s hard to linger too long on Osweiler’s bio. Sorry, dating apps are seeping into your friendly writer’s musings. The Dolphins own a winning record at 5-4, yet have been outscored by 38 points. They have really struggled on the road the last three times out. Granted, the competition has been pretty stout: Texans (currently 6-3), Bengals (5-3) and Patriots (7-2). But the Fins lost those three games by a combined score of 107-47 -- a robust average deficit of 20 points per game. Miami’s defense could allow the team to hang around, given the Packers’ poor play calling as of late. Key will be how Osweiler performs on third downs, with the Dolphins converting just 39.4 percent to first downs this season. Field goals won’t win the day in Green Bay, where the Packers have yet to lose this season.


CBS Sports - Pete Prisco

Dolphins 20
Packers 24

This is a tough spot for the Dolphins. They face a good team coming home after two road losses. Oh, that team also has Aaron Rodgers. But I think the Dolphins will hang around here, even with Brock Osweiler at quarterback. The Packers win, but it’s close.


Sports Illustrated

Dolphins: None.

Packers: Andrew Brandt, Albert Breer, Mitch Goldich, Jonathan Jones, Bette Marston, Mark Mravic, Jenny Vrentas


OddsShark - Computer prediction

Dolphins 13.0
Packers 33.0


Walter Football

Dolphins 13
Packers 27