NFL Week 5 experts winners picks for Dolphins at Bengals It is time for the Miami Dolphins to put the Week 4 embarrassment the New England Patriots caused them in the past and move forward. Later today Womens Vincent Taylor Jersey , the Dolphins will hit the field at the Cincinnati Bengals’ Paul Brown Stadium in an effort to stay atop the AFC East and move to 4-1 on the year. As I did last week, I decided to take a look around the internet to see what the straight-up winners picks for today’s game would be. Are there any experts out there picking Miami to come away from this game with the upset win and a 4-1 record?Here is a run through of the expert picks for the Dolphins as they visit the Bengals:SB Nation FanPulseDolphins fans: Bengals by -1Bengals fans: Bengals by 8Dolphins fans: Sign up for FanPulse, our weekly Dolphins surveySB NationDolphins: None.Bengals: Ryan Van Bibber, Stephen White, Geoff Schwartz, Charles McDonald, Adam Stites, Christian D’Andrea, David FucilloESPNDolphins: NoneBengals: Matt Bowen, Mike Clay, Mike Golic, Dan Graziano, Mina Kimes, Molly Qerim, Louis Reddick, Kevin Seifert, Seth Wickersham, Trey WingoNFL.com - Elliot HarrisonDolphins 17Bengals 22CBS Sports - Pete PriscoDolphins 21Bengals 24Sports IllustratedDolphins: Bette MarstonBengals: Andrew Brandt, Albert Breer Authentic Jason Sanders Jersey , Mitch Goldich, Jonathan Jones, Mark Mravic, Jenny VrentasOddsShark - Computer predictionDolphins 17.2Bengals 31.7Walter FootballDolphins 23Bengals 24 Traveling on the road on a short week against a division leader is not an ideal situation for the Dolphins to be in, but such is the case, as tomorrow they’ll face off against the first place Houston Texans. One of the ugliest playoff contenders in the NFL, the Texans have somehow shaken off an 0-3 start and have won their last 4 games, granting them sole possession of first place in the sloppy AFC South.A big reason for the Texans’ recent success has been star outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney. A former first overall pick in the 2014 draft, Clowney has been balling for the last three seasons and is in a contract year with Houston. He currently has 4.5 sacks on the season, 10 quarterback hits, two fumble recoveries, a touchdown, and nine tackles for a loss. Clowney is coming off a big game against the Jaguars, where he had two sacks, two tackles for a loss, a fumble recovery, and four quarterback hits. It’s safe to say the Dolphins aren’t safe against this beast of a pass rusher, and Miami need a win in order to stay alive in the AFC Wild Card race.For more on that, let’s break down Clowney’s film from last week against the Jaguars.gamepass.nfl.comClowney’s athleticism is clearly outstanding and it’s mixed in a perfect blend of his intelligence as a pass rusher and versatility. As an outside linebacker he’s capable of blitzing...well...outside http://www.miamidolphinsteamonline.com/jerome-baker-jersey , but was also dangerous blitzing elsewhere.It’s no secret Clowney doesn’t respect Blake Bortles, and he shows that here on a blitz straight up the B-gap. He initially looks like he’s gonna cover the middle of the field, and when Bortles drops his head back under center, that’s when Clowney makes his move. He times the snap perfectly, turns on the acceleration and executes a swim move on the left guard Andrew Norwell—who has not been as good as he was in 2017 with the Panthers.Clowney is able to heavily pressure Bortles and force him to make an errant throw.gamepass.nfl.comOn this play, Clowney again goes up the B-gap, but this time he terrorizes the right guard A.J. Cann. His lighting quick footwork on this play is captivating. Clowney executes a two-step jab and performs a juke move on Cann as he gets his first of two sacks on the day.gamepass.nfl.comClowney’s second sack came against Cody Kessler, who replaced Bortles at QB after Bortles was benched early in the second half. This time, the sack came when Clowney was lined up as an edge rusher. Kessler has no time to react to this as the pressure takes place on his blind side. Clowney gets outside leverage by ducking as the left tackle turns his hips toward the sideline, and uses a sensational bend to make his way to Kessler, who he crushes for a sack he made look all too easy.Along with J.J. Watt, Jadeveon Clowney is a nightmare for an offensive lineman. His combination of quickness, IQ, power, and athleticism have made him a household name as a pass rusher, and it’s no wonder he was selected #1 overall when he came into the league. Should the Dolphins not contain Clowney, they’re in for a long day on Thursday Night.