The Miami Dolphins are a pretty bad team, so bad, that they’ve been outscored 102-10 in their first two games.
They’ve traded almost all their good players and have embraced the tank like we’ve never seen before.
Now, the team prepares to face the Dallas Cowboys, who have scored at least 30 points in each of their first two games.
The Dolphins will enter Jerry World as historic underdogs this weekend and according to Ryan Hannable of WEEI, the Cowboys have opened up as 21-point favorites.
This is the highest point spread since 2013 when the Denver Broncos (5-0) took on the Jacksonville Jaguars (0-5).
Broncos failed to cover.
The only other game with a 20-point spread was a 2011 match-up between the favored New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts where the Pats were a 20.5-point favorite, but much like the Broncos, they failed to cover.