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While the Cincinnati Bengals’ surge has them in control of the AFC North, the Miami Dolphins must find a way to turn things around before their season slips away.
The visiting Bengals look for a fifth consecutive victory while trying to hand the Dolphins a fifth straight defeat Thursday night.
Paced by the recent strong play of quarterback Andy Dalton, Cincinnati (6-2) is the only team in the division at .500 or better, and it’s in position to win five in a row for the second time in three seasons.
The Bengals have scored 103 points in the last three games, largely because of Dalton. The third-year player has passed for at least 325 yards in each of those contests and became the first Bengal to throw 11 touchdowns over a three-game span.
Dalton, intercepted just twice in that stretch, threw a career-high five TD passes in a 49-9 home win over the New York Jets on Sunday.
Four of Dalton’s touchdowns against the Jets went to Marvin Jones, who became the first receiver to record that many in a game since Terrell Owens and Randy Moss in 2007.
A second-year pro playing alongside star A.J. Green, Jones finished with career highs of 122 yards and eight catches. He’s recorded six of his team-leading seven touchdowns in the last three games.
The desperate Dolphins’ four-game slide is their worst since a seven-game skid to open 2011. Miami (3-4) blew a 14-point halftime lead at New England on Sunday, getting outscored 24-0 in the final two quarters of a 27-17 loss.