You hear in the NFL that if a team can take care of business at home the bulk of the time and earn wins in half of their road games, they'll be in good shape.
The Miami Dolphins don't abide by that rule.
Strangely enough, following yesterday's win over the Bengals in Cincinnati, the Dolphins are a perfect 4-0 on the road, and are still winless at home at 0-3.
And it's not as if Miami has played their road games in the easiest environments.
They've scored road wins in Buffalo, in the Metrodome against the Vikings, at Lambeau Field against the Packers, and in Cinci.
This week, they'll roll into M&T Bank Stadium, a place where the Ravens are a perfect 3-0 this year, and rarely end up on the losing end.
Dating back to 2000, the Ravens are 61-22 at home, which is the NFL's third-best home record during that span, behind only the Patriots (65-19) and the Colts (62-20).
For whatever reason, the Dolphins seem to play their best football away from Miami. The Ravens will attempt to end that undefeated road streak this Sunday.