The Miami Dolphins gear up to face the Tennessee Titans in Week 14 at Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, under partly cloudy skies and 73.3°F.

As the Miami Dolphins (9-3) prepare to extend their undefeated home streak into Week 14, hosting the struggling Tennessee Titans (4-8), weather conditions appear favorable for Monday’s clash at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.

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The forecast indicates a temperature of 73.3°F with partially cloudy skies, a 14% chance of rain, and a northeast wind at 12.1 mph. While the weather may have minimal impact on the game, both teams are eager to make their mark.

The Dolphins, riding high on a three-game win streak, delivered a commanding 45-15 victory against the Washington Commanders in their previous matchup. Mike McDaniel’s team, boasting a 9-3 record, is set to showcase their prowess, with key players like De’Von Achane returning from a knee injury and Tyreek Hill delivering impressive performances.

On the flip side, the Titans are facing challenges with four losses in their last five games. Their recent 31-28 overtime defeat against the Indianapolis Colts highlighted Derrick Henry’s impactful performance with 102 rushing yards and two touchdowns. However, concerns arise as Henry undergoes concussion analysis. Rookie quarterback Will Levis also faced some heated moments but managed to connect with veteran receiver DeAndre Hopkins for a touchdown.

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As the Dolphins emerge as favorites with odds stacked in their favor, BetMGM NFL odds predict them as a -13.5 point spread over the Titans. The moneyline stands at Dolphins (-800) and Titans (+575), with an over/under set at 46.5.

While the game’s outcome will be determined on the field, the weather forecast suggests a relatively calm evening for the anticipated Monday night matchup, allowing fans and players to focus on the gridiron action without weather-related interruptions.