The Pittsburgh Steelers will begin a stretch of three straight road games Sunday afternoon when they take on the Miami Dolphins.
The Steelers are coming off an impressive 28-10 win over the Cleveland Browns in Week 6 to improve to 4-1 on the year.
Ben Roethlisberger threw three touchdowns and one interception in his first start since returning from a four-game suspension.
Despite the win, it was a hectic week for the Steelers while preparing for this week's matchup with the Dolphins (3-2).
The NFL handed down a $75,000 fine to James Harrison for a hit on Cleveland Browns' wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi.
Harrison then reportedly contemplated retirement.
"I'm really considering if I can still play football in the NFL by the rules that they are starting to make. If not, I may have to give up playing football," he said in an interview with Fox Sports Radio's Tony Bruno. "If it comes back, 'Well this is how it is and, you know, nothing's going to be done,' then I'm going to seriously have to try and consider a career change, or whatever it may be."
Later in the week, he said he would not retire and would continue to play his style of football.
"I will not retire from the NFL. I will continue to play the game with the same passion, intensity and focus with which I have always played and let the chips fall where they may. I have never given up, quit or walked away from anything in my life and I am not about to start now," Harrison said in a statement.
The Steelers hold an 11-9 edge in the all-time series against the Dolphins, but are 5-7 in Miami.
The last time these two teams met was in Week 17 last season where the Steelers needed a win and some help to get into the playoffs. Pittsburgh won 30-24, but missed out on qualifying for the playoffs.
Pittsburgh has also won five of the last seven meetings in Miami.
Dolphins quarterback Chade Henne has thrown for 1195 yards with seven touchdowns and five interceptions this season.
Miami's running attack is split between Ronnie Brown (299 rushing yards, one touchdown) and Ricky Williams (248 rushing yards, 1 receiving touchdown).