In their second game in six days, the Oakland Raiders travel to face Miami Dolphins Sunday afternoon at Sun Life Stadium.

The game begins at 1pm eastern time and will be shown by CBS, or watch a live stream online by purchasing NFL Sunday Ticket Max.

Running back Darren McFadden caught 13 passes but the Raiders offense floundered in their 22-14 loss to AFC West rival San Diego Chargers, despite out-gaining San Diego in total yards.

Quarterback Carson Palmer didn't lead his team into the end zone until the final minute of the fourth quarter, and went 32-for-46 for 297 yards and a touchdown. McFadden had 86 yards receiving, but only 32 rushing on 15 carries.

The Raiders defense held San Diego to five field goals and one touchdown pass from quarterback Philip Rivers to receiver Malcom Floyd, but generated only one turnover.

Miam's offense had its own struggles against the Houston Texans. Dolphins rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill failed to generate any offense against the formidable Houston defensive front and Miami stumbled in a 30-10 loss.

Tannehill threw three interceptions that resulted in Texans' points, as the rookie went 20-for-36 for 219 yards in his NFL debut.

Running back Reggie Bush was Miami's best all-around offensive threat, gaining 69 yards rushing and made six receptions for 46 yards.

Running back Marcus Thigpen scored Miami's only touchdown with a 72-yard punt return in the third quarter.

The Miami defense fell apart in the second quarter, surrendering 21 points in the final two minutes of the half, as Houston running back Arian Foster scored two touchdowns in that span.

Tannehill will miss running back Daniel Thomas who is listed as out, and so is defensive tackle Tony McDaniel. Wide receiver Anthony Armstrong is listed as doubtful but probably won't play due to a hamstring injury.

Oakland placed cornerback Ron Bartell and receiver Jacoby Ford on injured reserve this week.

Betting Odds: Oakland is favored by 3 points.

Prediction: The Oakland defense must force Tannehill to make turnovers, and Palmer has to capitalize on his extra opportunities. If Miami's defense avoids crumbling in the second quarter like they did against Houston, they can contain the weak Oakland offense.

Predicted Score: Miami 17, Oakland 10