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Simulation: Ravens defeat Dolphins

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to our simulation, the Baltimore Ravens will defeat the Miami Dolphins on Thursday Night Football. Our simulation says the Ravens will win 13-7.

The Ravens will improve to 4-4 with the win. Despite improving to .500 on the season, their record would still trail the conference-leading Pittsburgh Steelers, who are 5-2.

Javorius Allen (Getty Images)

Javorius Allen (Getty Images)

The Dolphins would fall to 4-3.

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco went 15 of 22 for 94 yards. Javorius Allen had 19 carries for 90 yards and a touchdown.

Allen scored on a 13-yard rushing touchdown.

Allen also led the team in receiving yardage. He had four receptions for 25 yards.

Ravens kicker Justin Tucker also made two field goals.

Dolphins back-up quarterback Matt Moore, who has been pressured into starting after an injury to Jay Cutler, which will keep him out several weeks, went 23 of 40 for 232 yards. He had a touchdown and an interception.

Moore hit Jarvis Landry for a 4-yard touchdown.

Jay Ajayi led the team with 23 carries for 88 yards. Landry led the receivers with 10 receptions for 86 yards and the touchdown.

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