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Besides division foes, they will have home games against the Broncos (currently 3-9), Raiders (6-6), Eagles (8-4), Redskins (5-7) and, most likely, the third-place team in the AFC South.http://blogs.sun-sentinel.com/sports_fo ... allas.html
That spot is still very much up for grabs as two games separate the top (Jaguars) from the bottom (Titans and Texans) in that division.
On the road, the Dolphins are set for visits to the Chiefs (8-4), Chargers (6-6), Cowboys (4-8), Giants (8-4) and their corresponding finisher in the AFC North. After Sunday’s upset loss to Cleveland at Sun Life Stadium, that should be those same Browns (5-7).