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21 hours ago Dolphins vs. Bengals odds: Thursday Night Football Week 4 opening with Miami underdogs
Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images Dolphins stand as the last undefeated team in the AFC and one of only three undefeated teams in the NFL. They still find themselves as underdogs for Week 4. The Miami Dolphins beat the Buffalo Bills in Week 3, continuing an early season trend that has seen them beat the New England Patriots in Week 1 and the Baltimore Ravens in Week 2. Now they head into the short week with a Thursday Night Football game against the Cincinnati Bengals to kickoff Week 4 on the schedule. Despite being the only AFC team to have not lost thus far into the season and having beaten the Super Bowl favorites and two other teams thought to be AFC playoff contenders, Miami is still listed as the underdog this week. According to DraftKings Sportsbook, the Bengals have opened as three-point favorites for Thursday’s contest. Oddly, before Sunday’s game started and the books were closed, the futures bets had the Bengals favored by just 1.5 points. The point total is set at 48. The Bengals beat the New York Jets on Sunday, moving them to 1-2 on the year. Before today’s win, Cincinnati lost to the Dallas Cowboys last week and to the Pittsburgh Steelers in their season opener. Perhaps the concern about Tua Tagovailoa’s injury, which appeared at first as a possible concussion but was cleared as a back injury, has the line moving more in favor of the Bengals. This will be a fun line to watch over the next couple of days as Week 3 turns fully into Week 4 and the Thursday game looms large.

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23 hours ago Sunday Night Football: San Francisco 49ers @ Denver Broncos Live Thread & Game Information
Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images Week three’s Sunday Night Football features a showdown between the NFC West and the AFC West. The Denver Broncos will host the San Francisco 49ers at home this week. Both teams are also coming off of wins last week. The 49ers beat the Seahawks at home by a convincing 27 to 7. The Broncos, likewise, won their game at home over the Houston Texans by a score of 16 to 9. Please use this thread to discuss this evening’s game, any of the other action from around the NFL today and as always your Miami Dolphins. Please remember to follow all site rules in the live threads as you would in any other post on The Phinsider. As always, please remember that SBNation is very strict on illegal game streams, and sharing, discussing, or requesting any illegal game streams may result in a temporary suspension from the site or a ban from the entire SBN platform. San Francisco 49ers (1-1) 1st NFC West @ Denver Broncos (1-1) 3rd AFC West When: Sunday, September 25th, 8:20 PM EST Where: Empower Field, Denver, Colorado TV: NBC Streaming: Yahoo Sports Mobile App; NFL.com; FuboTV; NFL Game Pass (Will be available after the live conclusion of the game) Odds: 49ers -1.5 Over/Under: 45
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1 day ago Don Mattingly out as Marlins manager
Photo by Danis Sosa/Fish Stripes Mattingly’s departure comes as no surprise with his contract set to expire after the 2022 season and the Marlins falling short of expectations. As first reported by Jordan McPherson and Craig Mish of the Miami Herald, Don Mattingly informed Marlins players and staff on Sunday that he’s leaving his managerial position at the end of this season. For the first time in seven years, the Marlins are searching for a new skipper. It is being described as a “mutual” agreement, though the team had all the leverage with this being the final year of Mattingly’s contract. With 10 games to go, Mattingly owns a 437-583 lifetime record (.428 winning percentage) with the Marlins. He received the 2020 National League Manager of the Year award for leading Miami to the postseason—coincidentally, this news comes exactly two years to the day of clinching that NL Wild Card berth. In-game maneuvers only make up a small part of a modern manager’s responsibilities. However, it is hard to overlook how the Marlins struggled under Mattingly in late-and-close situations. In all of his full-length seasons (excluding 2020), Mattingly’s teams had losing records in one-run games, with 2022 being particularly ghastly (22-37). Yes, Mattingly was easy to root for based on his decorated playing career (and that played a role in Jeffrey Loria’s decision to hire him in the first place), but he put that aside as manager and chose to be incredibly approachable and accommodating. That’s why outside of disgruntled fans, you won’t see anybody “celebrating” this change. There it is. Donnie has been nothing but a class act during this tumultuous build. I’m lucky to have been able to get to know him over the past couple of seasons. I have no doubt that he’ll succeed in whatever role is next for him in baseball. https://t.co/ogpOae1GMI— Isaac Azout (@IsaacAzout) September 25, 2022 6 years ago Donnie helped lead that organization through its darkest time. Donnie is one of few genuinely good people in the game. It was an honor to have played for him and wish him nothing but the best. https://t.co/Xmx5nHt93j— Tom Koehler (@TKREFRESH22) September 25, 2022 Classiest guy I ever met in Sports. pic.twitter.com/fLMuhzm5qv— Craig Minervini (@CraigMinervini) September 25, 2022 Don Mattingly gave among the most honest and substantive answers of any coach or manager in 36 years of covering sports here. Nobody was better in that regard. And a class act, too. No arrogance or condescension ever. We will miss him.— Barry Jackson (@flasportsbuzz) September 25, 2022 Mish reports that Kim Ng will hire Mattingly’s successor and Bruce Sherman will be “part of the process.” Assuming that person comes from outside the Marlins organization, most members of Mattingly’s major league coaching staff could be looking for work elsewhere. The Angels and Rangers are among the other MLB teams with managerial vacancies. Here is Sherman’s statement: We are fortunate to have had Don Mattingly leading our team on the field over the last seven years. He has represented the Marlins, our players, our fans, and the South Florida community with unmatched dignity and pride. Over the course of our recent conversations with Don, we both agreed not to pursue a new contract for the 2023 season and that the time is right for a new voice to lead our clubhouse. He will depart with the most wins and most games managed in franchise history and we are proud of Don’s many accomplishments, including winning the National League Manager of the Year in 2020 when he guided the Marlins to the postseason after a 16-year absence. And a statement from Donnie himself: Today I am announcing that I will not be seeking a contract extension with the Miami Marlins. After meeting with Mr. Sherman and discussing with Kim Ng, all parties agreed that it was time for a new voice for the organization. I am proud and honored to have served as manager of the Marlins for the past seven years and have enjoyed my experiences and relationships I’ve developed within the organization. I look forward to spending time with my family in Evansville, and to any future endeavors.
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