Game facts: Miami Dolphins
Next Gen Stat: Ryan Tannehill had the lowest total intended air yards in Week 9 (166 total intended air yards).
Special teams on point: Miami is the only team this season to score TDs on both a kickoff and punt return.
Two different teams: At home, the Dolphins have a 4-1 record and average 26.4 points per game. On the road, Miami has an 0-3 record and scores 13.7 PPG.
Area of concern: The Dolphins allow 136.1 rush yards per game (30th in NFL) and 4.6 yards per carry (26th in NFL).
*Game facts: San Diego Chargers
Next Gen Stat: RB Melvin Gordon reached the highest maximum speed of any ball carrier in the NFL in Week 9 (21.95 MPH).
Workhorse RB: Gordon has accounted for 79.1 percent of his team's rushing attempts and 80.0 percent of his team's rushing yards (both are most in NFL).
Potent offense: The Chargers are averaging 29.8 points per game this season (3rd-most in NFL). That's San Diego's highest average scoring total since 2006, when the team went 14-2.
Improved run defense: San Diego has allowed fewer than 100 rush yards in eight games so far this season. The Chargers accomplished that feat just three times last season.
Heavily tested secondary: The Chargers have defended against 376 pass attempts this season (2nd-most in NFL behind the Falcons).
Secondary still holding up: The Chargers rank 16th in pass completion percentage allowed (62.8), T-14th in pass yards allowed per attempt (7.0) and 9th in opponent passer rating (83.9).
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