I am going to try and be there but may miss some of the first quarter.
The wife and grown up kids started a "let's eat after church" new tradition this season which has made me late to most of the games. I may be late as well as I cannot pass up making memories with my family, but I will be there. Hopefully someone is there with a feed so that I don't have to search for one.
BTW, Greg Cote is predicting a Dolphins win. I am as well:
Greg Cote (Miami Herald) wrote:
Line: ATL by 2 1/2.
Cote’s pick: MIA, 27-24.
TV: 1 p.m., Fox.
Eventful past week in the Dolphin tank. Team loses a fifth consecutive game, getting embarrassed in London by a squad that had lost 20 in a row — then returns home to the latest avalanche of Deshaun Watson trade rumors as the NFL’s November 2 deal deadline approaches. So: Can an evidently unwanted Tua Tagovailoa (coming off one of the best games of his young career, btw) shake off the distraction and free his team from this loss-filled morass? Tall task, big ask. The good news? It’s the Atlanta Falcons! They aren’t good. Their only wins are over the combined 2-9 Giants and Jets. And there are only two teams allowing more points per game than Miami. One is Atlanta. So why are the Falcons favored? Because Matt Ryan is still really good, gets WR Calvin Ridley back from injury and ... it’s Miami! Underpinning this upset pick: I believe the Fins are better than their record and will begin Sunday to show it. The big variable: Injuries. One downfall of my making these picks Thursday afternoons is that much sometimes remains unknown. If Dolphins WR Devante Parker and CBs Xavien Howard and Byron Jones all come back from injuries and start, I love this pick. If not, I will be more nervous than a cat in a kennel. If Miami gets lucky on injuries, the luck will be mine as well. And I’m an optimist. Sue me.
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