There have been some classic games between the Oakland Raiders and Miami Dolphins. While Sunday's meeting doesn't carry the weight of a playoff contest between two powers, it certainly brings plenty of intrigue.
Such as: Are the Dolphins (2-0) real good, and are the Raiders (0-2) pretty bad?
The answers will come over the next few weeks, but this could be a strong indicator of where each team is headed in 2018.
Miami has been winning the field position battle, is tied for the NFL lead with five interceptions — the Dolphins had nine all last year — and has allowed only seven points in four red-zone possessions by opponents. Healthy QB Ryan Tannehill is 9-1 in his...