Erratic teams meet when Tampa Bay Buccaneers visits Miami Dolphins

WFTSPublished: November 17, 2017
Published: November 17, 2017

Tampa Bay won as an underdog with backup quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick against the Jets last Sunday to snap a five-game losing streak. Fitzpatrick will make his second consecutive start for the injured Jameis Winston against Miami. The Bucs play their next three games on the road, where they're 0-4, with ugly losses at Minnesota, Arizona and New Orleans, and a fourth-quarter collapse in Buffalo. They also lost the final two road games last season. The problem, coach Dirk Koetter says, is inconsistent play. "It has nothing to do with the road. We've had the same issues at home," Koetter says. "We also won five games on the road last year. We know we can win on the road. We've got to prove it this year. ... Inconsistent football, whether you are at home or on the road, is going to get you beat."

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