Miami look to forget their off-field problems as they travel across Florida to Tampa

The Miami Dolphins (4-4) head to the Raymond James Stadium to take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-8) amidst an array of disturbing headlines involving Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin. The Bucs will be looking to build on their impressive record against the Dolphins, with their last defeat in their own stadium coming in 1988.The Dolphins ended a run of three straight defeats with a dramatic 22--20 overtime victory over the Cincinnati Bengals, with Cameron Wake sacking Andy Dalton for a game winning safety. Wake became only the third person in NFL history to end an overtime game with a sack. Unrest: The saga surrounding Richie Incognito (left) and Jonathan Martin (right) has damaged the DolphinsRyan Tannehill's form has been indifferent over the course of the past month. It's not all on Tannehill as his offensive line that's now minus several key members has offered little to no protection. Tannehill had been sacked a league high 35 times through the first nine weeks. Tannehill has



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