Why are the Dolphins losing to the Chiefs?
The Miami Dolphins are facing a tough road to a playoff spot in the AFC East, but there’s one team who has the potential to surprise.
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The Dolphins are going up against the Chiefs on Sunday at Wembley Stadium.
The Dolphins have lost four straight and will be looking for their first playoff berth since 2008.
Miami has only played three opponents with winning records this season, with a win coming in Week 3.
The Chargers, in the midst of a six-game winning streak, have a 7-2 record against AFC East opponents and have a winning record against the Dolphins.
The Chargers are 8-4 against AFC West teams, with wins coming against the Bengals, Cowboys, Cowboys Cowboys Cowboys and Giants.
The Eagles have won six of their last seven matchups with the Dolphins, winning three of those contests.
The Chiefs have won five of their past six games against the Chargers, winning the other two.
The Raiders are 7-4-1 against the AFC West and are in the hunt for their fifth straight playoff berth.
The Raiders are 3-0-1 in the division and have played two games against AFC South teams.
The Broncos are 5-1-1 all-time against AFC North teams, including victories over the Giants and Jets.
The Titans are 2-1 this season against AFC Southeast teams, winning two of those games.
The Colts are 6-2-1 and have beaten the Chargers three times.
The Texans are 2.5-0 all- time against AFC Central teams and have won four of those matchups.
The Bengals are 3.5 and have not lost a home game since September 27.
The Bills are 5.5 in the final standings with a game in hand on the Titans and the Dolphins at 2-3-1.